Alaska Content Standards
||Culturally knowledgeable students are well grounded in the cultural heritage and traditions of their community.
Students who meet this cultural standard are able to:
- assume responsibilities for their role in relation to the well-being of the cultural community and their lifelong obligations as a community member;
- recount their own genealogy and family history;
- acquire and pass on the traditions of their community through oral and written history;
- practice their traditional responsibilities to the surrounding environment;
- reflect through their own actions the critical role that the local heritage language plays in fostering a sense of who they are and how they understand the world around them;
- live a life in accordance with the cultural values and traditions of the local community and integrate them into their everyday behavior; and
- determine the place of their cultural community in the regional, state, national, and international political and economic systems.
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