A group of Alaskan families are preparing to defend the state’s correspondence school program against a lawsuit aimed at banning the use of state-approve allotments for non-religious educational services or expenses at private or religious schools. Filed on
The publicly funded University of Alaska unveiled its new Pride Center during a flashy Jan. 17 grand opening on its Anchorage campus. Decorated in transgender, Black Live Matter, and rainbow flags, the new center is located next to the Student Union for
A controversial youth survey from the Alaska Department of Health will likely be rejected in state’s second largest school district. On Jan. 18, the Mat-Su School Board held a work session in which the majority emphatically condemned the idea of using local
One of the most widely respected school principals in Alaska was taken from her Mat-Su home to Mat-Su Regional Medical Center on Jan. 18, three days after posting a four-hour video recounting a profound spiritual experience that she says has changed her life.
Editor’s note: This article is adapted from a talk given for the Valley Republican Women of Alaska’s Jan. 19 meeting in Wasilla. I want to address a few major trends and developments in Alaska as they relate to our population, education and political
The Mat-Su School Board is meeting on Jan. 18 to consider whether area public schools should administer a 98-question state survey that asks high school teens about their sexual proclivities, various types of contraception they employ and whether they have
In what some see as an affront to the ability of parents and others to address elected representatives on the Juneau School Board, the board unanimously voted to grant public testifiers a 60-seconds minimum to speak during public hearings. “I worry that
With Alaska lawmakers now back in Juneau for the start of the 2023 legislative session, pro-abortion activists are planning to aggressively inundate legislators with phone calls, visits and even personalized Valentines Day cards advocating for the LGBTQ
By Sarah Montalbano – Alaska Policy Forum The Heritage Foundation recently released its inaugural Education Freedom Report Card for the U.S. Alaska ranked 47th in the nation for high spending, given the state’s extremely
In an effort to further impose controversial notions about LGBTQ sexuality and gender expression on students and staff, the University of Alaska, Anchorage, is opening a so-called “Pride Center” in its state-funded Student Union. The brainchild of the
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