States with the most students who are American Indian or Alaska Native

March 7, 2017
Nationwide, about 1 percent of public school students are categorized as American Indian/Alaska Native.

The National Indian Education Study 2015, released this week, says that 522,813 American Indian/Alaska Native students were enrolled in U.S. public elementary and secondary schools. That equates to little more than 1 percent of the 50 million students attending public schools in the nation.

Here are the 10 states identified in the report as having the greatest numbers of American Indian/Alaska Native students.

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