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Budget shrinks, reserve grows
Budget for the study increased to a quarter million dollars.
“We don’t have to accept these cuts.”
Juneau School District Board of Education had its work cut out for it.
Budget would still draw about half a million dollars from reserves.
Recognitions for the week of March 3, 2019.
You can voice your concerns.
It would be the largest budget cut in the university’s 100-year history.
Talks are just getting started.
Rep. Hannan reported to speak.
UAA chancellor: We have learned a lot from this experience.
Students should not fret about being on a specific track.
UA would have to stop doing some things.
The money was already approved.
Locals crowded into a local library to voice their concerns.
Recent finding about UAA’s Education program is regrettable.
You can livestream the meeting.
Regents frustrated with the setback.
Learn a new hobby.
The university is not allowed to recommend students to the state for licensure without accreditation.