Category Archives: Education
The conference committee voted five to one to adopt the House version of the university budget, which cuts $35 million more than the $15 million cut proposed by Governor Bill Walker.Read More
Senate Bill 89, which would require parents to opt their children into sex education lessons, was introduced by Sen. Mike Dunleavy and narrowly passed House Education last month.Read More
The only school in one of Alaska's most eroded communities is among 28 public and private entities in the state whose water systems recently exceeded federal lead limits during the last three years.Read More
Philadelphia's mayor is proposing a divisive tax on soda and other sugary drinks. The revenue would help fund a plan for community preschools, as well as renovations to parks and libraries.Read More
The University of Alaska system is bracing for another round of cuts as legislators look to finalize the state operating budget.
Scenarios laid out by … more