Yachaicuri Ethnoeducation School
The Yachaicuri Ethnoeducation School teaches an equal distribution of typical "western" and traditional subject matter. Course material includes the natural sciences, arts, mathematics, the Inga language, Spanish, English, ancestral agriculture, handicrafts, information technology, and ethics.
The school, which was officially recognized by the government of Colombia in 2003, currently approximately 100 students, many on a boarding basis, with nine full-time teachers and a principal. Students range in age from 11 to 18, having completed their elementary education in their home communities.