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The Juneau School District’s FY24 Budget Reconciliation document came as a shock to the school board, district personnel and our community. Since we have been… Continue reading
Lower revenues and higher costs mean $7.6M shortfall for FY24, plus $1.9M deficit from FY23.
Harvard researchers’ examination puts performance of Hawaii charters at the bottom
Cassee Olin resigns as district faces multimillion dollar deficit, audit that found flaws.
Tlingit and Haida among five tribes slated to be part of the five-year pilot program.
School board’s unanimous vote occurs on night when dozens of title-winning athletes also honored.
An article in the latest issue of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s magazine outlines the data behind shrinking teacher wages in Alaska.… Continue reading
Winners of fifth annual awards for youth music programs scheduled to be announced in January.
Implementing the standards outlined by the legislation is not a one-size-fits-all approach
Preliminary audit shows faulty practices; meanwhile, state backs off fight on “over-the-cap” funds.
Article would have been on cover of Alaska Economic Trends for October.
The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development has developed an online tool to help schools, districts, communities and elected officials address the state’s high… Continue reading
About 37% proficient in science statewide; Juneau at 43%, down from 48.6% a year ago.
Preliminary district enrollment count comes in below projections, likely to create funding gap.
First school in the state to achieve conservation group milestone.
District welcomes a new superintendent, principals and early release policy for elementary students.
Aparna Palmer shared her goals with the Greater Juneau Chamber of Commerce.
As Alaska grapples with a shortage of teachers and high turnover rates, a regional nonprofit is recruiting Alaska Native educators to a new statewide program… Continue reading
Brian Holst pulls from race days after submitting, set to step away after nine years.
Ending school 30 minutes early intended to help teachers meet requirements of Alaska Reads Act.