Top officials from the Alaska Association of School Boards testified Monday afternoon in front of two senators on a subcommittee delegated by the Senate Finance Committee to work on the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development's budget, describing the goals of a four-year initiative to provide all of Alaska's students and teachers with tablet computers.
...activities and exercises to inspire personal discovery and building of friendships. Timi Tullis of the Alaska Association of School Boards has been facilitating RYLAs for the last twelve years and said, although many students enter the event...
It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as a member of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education since 1998.
State lawmakers have introduced a bill that would expand the rules of school-related bullying.
Scott McAdams is the U.S. Senate candidate in the best position to support Alaska's children and Alaska's schools.
Name: Lorraine "Sammy" Crawford
Editor's note: Each of the candidates was asked to submit an opinion piece and to fill out a questionnaire provided by the Clarion. School board candidates' opinion pieces may be found on page A-4 and their questionnaire responses on A-5 in today's Clarion.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District continued to search for ways to keep offering its students a full palette of activities in spite of a tight budget Friday as two task forces met at the Borough Building in Soldotna.
Editor?s note: The following is the second in a series of stories examining school funding. Tuesday?s story focuses on how teachers make ends meet in the classroom.
The mood was grim Tuesday at the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District's first public hearing on the budget for the next school year.
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