School districts across Alaska are looking forward to a bump in their bank accounts from a $20M grant appropriated last year. But the overall outlook for state education spending is far from clear.
For the last five years, the state has helped Alaska schools pay for faster internet — up to a point. As technology has advanced, some say it’s time to raise the bar.
Wood-fired boilers and greenhouses on Prince of Wales Island are improving kids’ diet. Students get hands-on experience growing their food as part of their curriculum.