Juneau childcare workers are getting paid more and staying in their jobs longer than they were just a few years ago.
Juneau teachers and the school district go back to the bargaining table on Monday
With the new Dimond Park Aquatic Center, Juneau is able to hold a swim-dive state championship for the first time.
Four Juneau teachers and a community program partner have been recognized by the Alaska Association for Career and Technical Education as 2013 Outstanding Teachers.
How do you get 400 elementary school kids to hula hoop at the same time? Make it a school project for World Hoop Day.
It’s no secret that Alaska has the highest rate of suicide in the country.
Blinking lights and pink umbrellas will be on display Thursday night at the Goldtown Nickelodeon as students in the Juneau School District’s CARES program show off their work.
Sixty historical world figures recently visited Auke Bay Elementary School to tell their stories.
Juneau middle school students are learning to take photos, shoot arrows and babysit at a time when they would otherwise itch for something to do.
Robert Barr has been hired as CBJ Library Director.