We, like many others, suspected this all along, but the Anchorage School District has now made it painfully obvious. All the talk about rooting out systemic racism and ushering in a new age of tolerance and open-mindedness was really just a case of
The Anchorage School District is offering a staff leadership program this summer that excludes white people from participating. Open to teachers, counselors or nurses, the Minority Leadership Program aims to “empower staff of Color to ascend through the
At its April 19 meeting, the Fairbanks School Board began early consideration of a policy change that would require the district’s superintendent and educational administrators to support teachers who wish to explore controversial issues during classroom
Alaska’s Senate Republicans understandably want to address the state’s embarrassing record of teaching public school students how to read. Basically, Alaska’s government run schools are abject failures at ensuring children have this most fundamental of
The Alaska State Senate is considering a bill that would require government-run schools to display on their websites all training material used for teachers, curriculum and school procedures, as well as the title and author of materials, and any organizations
The Alaska Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 111 on April 12, which would expand voluntary universal pre-kindergarten and establish a new statewide kindergarten-third grade reading intervention program to address Alaska’s failed record of teaching
Early returns in Anchorage’s April 5 mail-in election show three of the four hard-left incumbents in the lead, while fellow liberal John Weddleton is narrowly trailing his conservative challenger Randy Sulte. The open seat in Eagle River, however, looks
The Alaska Association of School Boards (AASB), which consists of more than 330 individual school board members who oversee Alaska’s public schools, recently modified its core resolutions to explicitly state its commitment to push the LGBTQ agenda in public
It’s voting day because you really can’t vote in person. There are three locations to vote: City Hall (hah!), the Loussac library, and the Town Center in Eagle River. Didn’t know that, or do you plan to stand in a three-plus-hour-long line
Under the stated aim of empowering youth to better engage the democratic process, Anchorage Youth Vote has spent the past two decades encouraging Anchorage School District students to embrace a litany of far-left political causes. Youth Vote was founded by
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