Sen. Jesse Kiehl was the only member of Alaska’s Senate Judiciary Committee to move to vote against a bill that would ban transgender girls from competing with other female athletes in school sports.
During ANSEP’s career exploration week, high school students helped create a 3D scan of the fragile Lingít robe.
The Alaska Supreme Court decision means some scholarships do not have a dedicated funding source, but an effort by the Legislature may reinstate a separate account.
Researchers estimate that the moon’s poles could contain about as much water as Lake Huron.
By wide margins, parents across the political spectrum are satisfied with how their children’s schools teach about race, gender and history.
After more than an hour of public testimony from parents, students and educators with different viewpoints, the board voted unanimously to bring back a mask-optional policy.
Families were alerted about the reinstated mask requirement through text and email on Saturday. Face coverings will be required through at least the next week.
In 2019, 44 states reported special education teacher shortages to the federal government. This school year, that number jumped to 48.
The teens create tobacco prevention videos that teachers across the state use in their classrooms.
The future of the Klukwan school has been uncertain since last fall, when enrollment dropped below the threshold for state funding.