While the Native American Youth is at risk in the modern world due to a natural lack in modernism, the government should not allocate any more funds than we currently have to try and pander to the Native American population. So much of the culture nowadays is based around maintaining tradition, which is certainly admirable and should be respected; however, it is also the individual's choice as to whether or not they wish to join modern American culture. Should a child born on a reserve who is a dependent wish to experience modern day America, they should easily be allowed the right to attend the schools in the districts around their reserve (if I'm correct they already have this right). I keep seeing the same argument on the opposing side saying "We stole their land so we must make up for this", but if we face facts, our generation hasn't stolen a thing. Should help be needed, they will receive the same aid as any other American citizens, but the government should not actively be donating these services out of guilt for ancestral quarrels. This tax money would be better invested in either the primary school programs or healthcare benefits, both of which Native Americans can be a part of.