At the April 3 Anchorage School Board meeting the board supported Superintendent Jharrett Bryantt’s recommendation to revoke the charter of Family Partnership Charter School (FPCS) and transition it to a correspondence school. After hours of testimony by
In a case that resembles what happened to an Anchorage man who was recently silenced during an Anchorage School Board meeting, a Georgia-based parental rights group has won a federal First Amendment case against a school district that barred parents from
A father’s quest to warn fellow parents about explicit sex books being pushed in the Anchorage School District has made national news. First reported by the Alaska Watchman, the story of Jay McDonald’s testimony at the Anchorage School Board’s Feb. 7
Tuesday, Feb. 21, is shaping up to be an interesting news day for Anchorage. First, a special meeting to provide clarity on Anchorage’s new plan for transportation is scheduled that day (1-2:30 PM). AMATS’ Community Advisory Committee scheduled the
The Anchorage School District has no business giving minor children books that tell them how to have anal sex and create their own online porn. This is the message that concerned father and local educational advocate, Jay McDonald, tried to relay to the
The Anchorage School District, which has been mired in disastrous student educational outcomes over the past several years, should not ask state lawmakers for increased state funding without first being willing to demonstrate accountability for the millions
In an effort to avoid diluting the conservative vote, Anchorage School Board candidate Cliff Murray has suspended his campaign in the current mail-in election and thrown his support behind fellow conservative Mark Anthony Cox. Cox is attempting to unseat
Anchorage School Board members who voted to impose mask mandates on more than 42,000 area students may soon be in legal trouble. A group of concerned Anchorage parents is employing an innovative legal strategy to hold the six left-leaning members of the
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
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