I agree with what she says, many educators have to rely on Western mandated pieces, not knowing they could embed their own heritage stories for fear of top-down penalties (Hale, 2014, p. 4). Reflecting back on my education at the boarding school I attended the teachers were afraid to incorporate the Dine culture into the different subjects. We only did the Dine culture once a week and that was in a different building. From there it’s like forget about that and now focus on your math, reading, writing, and science. It was different at Rough Rock where it was everyday learning and the instructor try to promote communicating in Navajo to our classmates. As I’m in the process of becoming a teacher I first felt that way like I’m going to get in trouble incorporating the language and culture in the classroom but I feel I have to change that thinking. That way our children don’t fail the standardized test and don’t do what Freddie Bowels states (2014), once we lose our language, we lose our culture and we’re just another brown-skinned American (p.