The findings reported in this chapter are sequenced according to three research themes addressed in the study: first, Oneida culture values that impact on Oneida instruction and the relationship of those values to Native American pedagogy are summarized; second, the kindergarten teacher’s views regarding the cultural compatibility of CGI are presented; and finally, data reporting the problem solving abilities of seventeen Oneida kindergarten children are described. Several comments discussing how Native Americans view people who perceive themselves as experts are also presented. These comments relate directly to the unexpected problems, described in Chapter Three, of locating a study site and receiving permission to complete the study. How these comments relate to cultural pedagogy will be discussed in Chapter Five.