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Auke Bay teacher wins national recognition.
Cybersecurity was on the public’s mind
The funding request now goes to the city.
Live coverage from Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.
Mackey and Stepetin are only candidates for two seats so far.
Talks are just getting started.
They’ve got mail.
Anyone who lived through the ’90s would recognize the sound Saturday coming from Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School’s library. While Los del Rio’s “Macarena” played, about… Continue reading
Alaska students improved in the state’s standardized testing program, but fewer than half are proficient in math, science and English. According to figures released Wednesday… Continue reading
Justin Parish’s bill has become law. In a Friday ceremony in Fairbanks’ Lathrop High School, Gov. Bill Walker signed four education-related bills into law. Among… Continue reading
The Alaska Legislature on Wednesday approved a $1.2 billion budget for public schools in the next fiscal year. With a 31-9 vote, the Alaska House… Continue reading
Though Alaskans rallied in the rain outside the Alaska State Capitol on Saturday, urging the Alaska Legislature to boost funding for education this year, it… Continue reading
New national test scores show Alaska students below national averages in reading and math skills, and the gap is widening. On Tuesday, federal officials publicly… Continue reading
The Alaska House of Representatives has passed a bill to fund the state’s public schools in the next fiscal year but has failed to allocate… Continue reading