The Alaska chapter of BLEXIT, which is part of a national conservative movement to educate and empower African Americans and other minorities across America, is hosting a special presentation on Friday, Jan. 14, to build support for addressing education
The far-left activist group, Alaska Black Caucus (ABC), which has been heavily funded by the Anchorage Assembly and the Rasmuson Foundation, has big plans to pressure Anchorage schools into teaching key elements of critical race theory in 2022. A Jan. 13
A concerned mom contacted the Alaska Watchman the other day to inform us that the Anchorage Loussac Library was prominently displaying a children’s picture book that promotes transgender fluidity to young kids. The book, “Jack (Not Jackie),” sat atop a
Anchorage students will be forced to wear masks after Christmas break, at least until Jan. 15, but perhaps longer. The Anchorage School Board voted 6-1 on Dec. 20 to override Superintendent Deena Bishop’s decision to nix masks by Jan. 3 when students return
A Dec. 15 notice from Anchorage School District Superintendent Deena Bishop notified parents and the community that public schools will go mask optional after students return from Christmas break. “Transmission numbers in Anchorage are trending down and the
November 15th was a big night for the Alaska chapter of Parent’s Rights in Education’s (PRIE). Gathered at the at Loussac Library, community members’ politicians, and parents joined PRIE’s First Annual Celebration to discuss a long overdue topic
Amid rising student behavior problems in Alaska and around the nation, the Alaska Department of Education wants public schools to reconsider issuing traditional suspensions for youth who violate school policy by vaping or using tobacco products. A Dec. 6
In 2019, Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed Dr. Anne Zink to serve as Alaska’s chief medical officer, advising him on how to create and implement medical policy across the state. This coming March, she is about to vastly expand her influence when she takes over
When it comes to spending money in Alaska, nothing outdoes education – not even COVID could change this. With the pandemic in full swing, the Alaska Legislature still budgeted more state funds for education in FY 2022 than it did for health and social
Anchorage School District leaders repeatedly claim they have no intention of teaching critical race theory and yet district leadership is actively encouraging teachers to enroll in a so-called “anti-racist” workshop that condemns “whiteness” and
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