Thanks to a 2016 state law, Alaska school districts must get approval from local school boards before they can teach new sex education material to children. On Oct. 19, the Fairbanks School District asked school board members to green light curriculum
With school board elections now behind them, the left-leaning majority of the Fairbanks North Star School Board heard a request from the school district to approve highly explicit sex education videos and graphic materials for grades 6-12. The Oct. 19 school
Fairbanks conservatives had a golden opportunity to build on their 2020 victories but were unable to duplicate last year’s success when they won seven of eight borough and city races. The unofficial results of the Oct. 5 election show that hard-left
Fairbanks conservatives surged to victory in 2020 with seven of eight races going their way. In an effort to build on this momentum and elect even more strong pro-life and pro-family candidates in Fairbanks, Alaska Family Action has released its latest Values
The Fairbanks School Board is set to vote on whether to encourage area schools to recognize LGBTQ history month. A resolution for the Sept. 21 meeting aims to highlight the “numerous individuals in the LGBTQ community, globally, nationally, and locally”
The Alaska Watchman sent a list of hard-hitting questions to all candidates running for local office in Fairbanks, including borough mayor, assembly, school board and city council. Our intent is to give voters a clear sense of who the socially and fiscally
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 overhaul was approved by the school board’s liberal majority. The 4-3 vote reflects deep
The Fairbanks School Board is being pressured to approve the final piece in one of the most controversial curriculum overhauls in the history of the Fairbanks North Star Borough. On Tuesday, Nov. 17, the board will consider the last pillar to a language arts
Educational bureaucrats who want to see LGBTQ classes introduced in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District will make another push for their ideologically driven curriculum on election day. On Nov. 3, as Alaskans head to the polls, the Fairbanks
The Fairbanks School Board’s Diversity Committee is recommending that all school district employees be subject to mandatory training in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). A report to this effect will be delivered by the Diversity Committee to school
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