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ECHO | Education Through Cultural and Historical Organizations

Welcome to the North Slope Borough's ECHO Grant Project web site. The ECHO Act is a major, Federally-funded educational and cultural enrichment initiative, annually serving hundreds of thousands of children and adult continuing learners in Alaska, Hawai'i and Massachusetts. Established by Congress as part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, ECHO brings to culturally diverse audiences innovative programs collaboratively produced by the regional cultural institutions. ECHO programs amplify educational benefits, foster greater appreciation of local and national history, and assist communities in maximizing the social benefits of new technologies. ECHO is administered by the U.S. Department of Education. ECHO partners are the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, Alaska; the North Slope Borough Iñupiat Heritage Center in Barrow, Alaska; the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts; the New Bedford Whaling Museum; the New Bedford Oceanarium in New Bedford, Massachusetts; and the Bishop Museum, in Honolulu, Hawai'i.

The North Slope Borough encompasses the most northern reaches in Alaska and incorporates the eight villages of Barrow, Wainwright, Point Hope, Point Lay, Atqasuk, Kaktovik, Anaktuvuk Pass, and Nuiqsut.

The North Slope Borough ECHO Project brings together many different community entities as well as our Partner Institutions including the North Slope Borough, the North Slope Borough School District, the Barrow Arctic Science Consortium, the Ukpeagvik Iñupiat Corporation Science Department, Ilisagvik College and the Inuit Circumpolar Conference.

 
  This event is partially, or completely, funded by ECHO, Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations. The purpose of ECHO programs is to amplify educational benefits, foster greater appreciation of local and national history, and assist communities in maximizing the social benefits of new technologies.
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