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Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programs

Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programsAlaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and South Dakota Sen. Tim Johnson introduce the 2014 Native American Languages Reauthorization Act

Juneau Jazz and Classics is about accessibility, education

Juneau Jazz and Classics is about accessibility, educationThe 28th annual Juneau Jazz and Classics festival is now in its seventh day.

Education bill boosts Juneau Community Charter School

Education bill boosts Juneau Community Charter SchoolThe Juneau Community Charter School is getting a 56 percent increase to its budget through an upcoming change in state law.

Gelbrich to interview for superintendent job in California

Gelbrich to interview for superintendent job in CaliforniaOutgoing Juneau School District Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich is a finalist for a job in Red Bluff, Calif

Record number of students graduate from UAS

Record number of students graduate from UASSix hundred and eighty-five students received awards including bachelor’s and graduate degrees, occupational endorsements, and certificates.

School funding tops Juneau Assembly committee agenda

The Juneau Assembly's Committee of Whole meets at 6 p.m. Monday.

School district seeks more local funding to reduce cuts

School district seeks more local funding to reduce cutsThe Juneau School Board is asking the Juneau Assembly to increase funding for next year.

School superintendent search is underway

School superintendent search is underwayCommunity members want "someone that can built trust in the community," says Steve Rasmussen.

Sexual abuse prevention bill falls through the cracks

Sexual abuse prevention bill falls through the cracksErin's Law, a bill requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, seemed poised to become law

Juneau Assembly sets school funding floor

Juneau Assembly sets school funding floorThe Juneau Assembly voted to provide no less than $24.1 million to local schools next year, but two members argued for a lower amount.