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    7.11 > Our Leftist Training Grounds

    We cannot ignore the fact that Alaska’s government schools are overrun by entrenched bureaucrats bent on using their immense power to indoctrinate our kids...

    Bill introduced to protect Alaska women’s sports from transgender biological males

    To ensure fairness for Alaska’s female athletes, a bill was introduced in the State Senate on May 13 by Sen. Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer). The bill...

    Private homeschool convention seeks to equip and empower Alaska parents

    The annual Alaska Statewide Homeschool Convention is back. Hosted by Alaska Private and Home Educators Association (APHEA), the event is the largest gathering of...

    Alaska leads the way in national homeschool surge

    In the wake of COVID, homeschooling has skyrocketed across the United States, but no state has seen a greater increase than Alaska. A new report...

    Anchorage School Board candidates’ views on parent rights, curriculum debates, low test scores, sex-ed, gender ID

    Anchorage education is in crisis. Test scores are dismal, many students are struggling with school closures and virtual classrooms, and radical social ideologies are...

    ASAA tables plan to punish Alaska student athletes for ‘hate speech’

    The Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA) postponed action to impose severe penalties on any student athlete who uses certain words deemed “hate speech.” The item...

    Proposal would punish Alaska athletes for ‘hate speech’

    The Alaska School Activities Association, which governs high school sports across the state, is set to vote on a new policy that would impose...

    Dunleavy: Alaskans should be empowered to choose how their kids are educated

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy is highlighting the choices Alaskans have when educating children, whether that be private, public, charter, religious, online or home-schools. In observance of...

    Who could be against school choice in Alaska?

    Alaskans love choice and have lots to celebrate with the many publicly funded schooling options available for our children. We can choose standard public...

    Fairbanks approves LGBTQ class in narrow 4-3 vote

    After a year of unprecedented public comment over highly controversial changes to the Fairbanks School District’s curriculum, the final piece of the language arts...

    Eastman vs. Sumner for Alaska House: Here’s where they stand

    In the race for the Alaska House seat in District 10 (Wasilla), the Alaska Watchman is not making any endorsements. In order to give...

    Scrambling Anchorage parents ask school district for homeschool stipends

    Parents are petitioning the Anchorage School District for financial help as they take on the task of homeschooling their children this year. The district notified...

    Supreme Court rules states can’t discriminate against religious schools

    On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that states cannot prohibit tuition grants or scholarships to private religious schools if they award...

    Homeschool numbers in Mat-Su may double

    In the wake of COVID-19, it appears the number of homeschool students may double in the Mat-Su Borough, which is home to the state's...

    Harvard’s anti-homeschool summit cancelled

    An anti-homeschool summit that was scheduled for next month at Harvard Law School has reportedly been cancelled. According to one of the invited speakers, the...

    Schools took the role of parents because we let them

    Much has been said about Alaskan student test scores lately. We now hold the honor of being dead last in literacy rates. That's right,...

    Fairbanks parents defeated by school district’s pro-LGBT forces

    Battle hardened educational bureaucrats finally pushed aside Fairbanks parents and concerned community members to force through a curriculum that weaves leftist ideology, multiculturalism and...

    Anti-homeschool summit features influential Alaskan

    Parental rights advocates are concerned about an upcoming Harvard summit in June that includes nationally known figures who want homeschooling banned and/or heavily regulated...

    Alaska allows graduation ceremonies with strict limits

    Alaska’s high school graduates will be allowed to participate in small, heavily sanitized in-person graduation ceremonies under new COVID-19 health guidelines released from the...

    Tips for Alaskans considering homeschool this fall

    In response to COVID-19, Alaska took the unprecedented step of closing schools from mid-March until the end of the school year. Schools both in...

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