Supt. Juneau featured in Montana Google Expedition

Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau connected with Google to bring Montana’s Crow Fair and Battle of the Little Bighorn to students around the globe through its virtual reality project called Google Expeditions.
Last year, Google traveled to Montana to film Crow Fair, the Little Bighorn battlefield, interviews with local residents, and Supt. Juneau. Instead of only learning about American Indian culture as it relates to Christopher Columbus or Thanksgiving, now, students in Brooklyn can be transported to modern-day Crow Country.
“When students learn from each other about their backgrounds, their history, there’s a sense of understanding,” Supt. Juneau said. “This Google Expedition app allows you to tell a richer, deeper story about American Indians in this country.”

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