Tribal Regalia at Graduation

Close Read Passage, 230 words, Informational (nonfiction), Description, Level W (Grade 4), Lexile 960L

For many Native peoples, wearing tribal regalia such as eagle feathers or beaded caps is an important way to honor their culture, heritage, and religion. Because of this, several U.S. states have passed laws protecting students' right to wear tribal regalia at their high school graduation ceremonies.

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