As only the fourth sitting president to visit a Native American reservation, U.S. President Barack Obama has made improving education in tribal communities one of his administration's top priorities. It's an issue that will also be taken up when tribal leaders gather in Washington on December 3 for an annual White House conference. VOA White House correspondent Aru Pande traveled to a North Dakota college that is working to ensure opportunities for Native Americans.
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