|5316||ANOTHER WIND IS MOVING||ANOTHER WIND IS MOVING||1986||color||59 min||vhs|| The off-reservation boarding school has long been a key institution in the federal government's American Indian policy. The schools once aimed to assimilate Indian children into the mainstream of American culture. In recent times, however, they sought to foster in students a strong sense of their Indian identity and heritage. But under the Reagan administration most have been closed. Examines the history of Indian boarding schools, their impact on Indian peoples and cultures and their role in Indian education past and present.