Parents, and providers must learn to find efficient and productive strategies and approaches so they can work as a team to improve and create a safe environment for indigenous children. Indigenous children have the right to feel proud of who they are and it only will be possible if the learning opportunity is been provided to them. The solution is to build strong partnerships for all stakeholders. MICOP has developed a curriculum called, "Respect is Peace" with the expertise of indigenous educators, parents and leaders. This curriculum was adopted by the Oxnard School District to teach students about the history, culture, and language of the indigenous Mexican people. This model can be replicated nationwide to address the well being of indigenous children. Furthermore, this model can also be adapted to other cultures that are facing similar challenges, to bring inclusiveness into the schools for all children.