In recent years, there have been many Indigenous Language school programs in Alaska. With the passage of Native Language Education, AS 14.30.420, the State pledged to establish Native language advisory boards in all districts where the Native population was over 50%. Since then, there has been progress. It has been slow, due to lack of institutional and financial support as well as remaining inter-generational trauma around schooling and US Boarding School policy.
Below is a great model for a language school. More schools teaching Alaska Native languages are below--along with suggested resources for those interested.