Obviously the history of the treatment of American Indians in the US is a painful reminder of the atrocities committed over the past 200+ years. This article I think does a good job of parsing out the good from the evil, giving description to the reality of Indian education. From this I ask, what is the next step? I would be interested to know what a reservation school would be like if there were no financial or social hindrances. What would be taught and what would be the fundamental differences between it and a traditional Anglo school?