The House on Tuesday amended the bill, deleting the portion relating to the workplace.
The future of the Klukwan school has been uncertain since last fall, when enrollment dropped below the threshold for state funding.
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A federal program intended to help low-income student loan borrowers, and eventually offer them debt cancellation, has failed to live up to its promise, an NPR investigation has found.
A whole body of research shows that when schools have better air quality, the health and academic benefits are substantial.
Last year, there were almost 1,700 fewer kids in the district’s brick and mortar schools, as parents opted for private school or homeschool.
The money is meant to help retain and recruit staff as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, said Jim Nygaard, the district’s interim superintendent.
A new half-hour documentary on the Al Jazeera program “Fault Lines” delves into that painful history of boarding schools the U.S.
Half of the money that doesn’t go to dividends would pay for state education funding.
Petersburg’s third COVID-19 outbreak is on its way to becoming its worst.
Etheldra Davis moved to Anchorage in 1959 from Los Angeles and was the first Black teacher hired on contract with the Anchorage School District.