The University of Alaska Southeast campus in Juneau is planning to award 349 degrees, certificates and occupational endorsements in May. That’s 60 more than the previous year.
On May 20-22, 54 students across the US will assemble and compete in the 25th Annual National Geographic Bee in Washington D.C. Each year thousands students across the nation compete to win an opportunity to represent their state in the national championship.
Three exchange students from the Middle East are wrapping up their time in Juneau. They came here as part of the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study program under the wing of Juneau People for Peace and Justice. JPPJ leadership knew the three students would twice become young ambassadors – first in their new communities, and again when they return home.
Former NFL offensive lineman turned motivational speaker Shawn Harper tells students they’re not born winners and losers – they’re born choosers.
With no additional school operating funds on the horizon, Juneau school district budget meetings scheduled for Monday and Tuesday have been canceled.
Instead, school officials … more
Right now, school districts negotiate their own health insurance plans. This bill would change that by allowing a state commissioner to select a plan for all districts
The Alaska House passed legislation that would change the tenure system for urban teachers, extending their probationary period from three years to five.
There were two Anchorage School Board seats on Tuesday’s municipal election ballot, and former state lawmakers Bettye Davis and Eric Croft won both of them.
UAS Professor Alex Simon decided to analyzed why Romeo was shot. Tonight, he presents his findings.
Gov. Sean Parnell had funded the program at $2.5 million next year, but about a half million of that has been slashed from the budget being considered by the legislature.