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The vote waas unanimous.
Here’s the breakdown.
K-12 state funding may not be so fortunate next year.
Public input wanted.
Thousands of students could be affected by a governor veto.
The fiscal year starts in less than two weeks.
This state needs locally trained teachers.
They won’t have to do this again for a while.
Live updates from the Juneau School District board meeting.
Opinion: Forget the national average: University of Alaska requires a higher level of state investment
Alaska stands out as one of the most unique states in our report.
The schools would have “cookie-cutter” approaches.
Pomp and different circumstances: Class of 2019 graduates found different ways to reach the same stage
It’s the big day for the class of 2019.
“Lukaax.áadi Trail Song” is in, Pomp and Circumstance is out.
This decision shapes the next three years.
Finance Committee makes a flurry of decisions.
Plenty of food for thought at chamber luncheon.
That’s not all that happened
Local officials worry it will cost us more down the road.
The search began in January.
A shark and a dolphin taught valuable lesson to students.