Katie Anastas, KTOO - Juneau
Hauser, head of the Sitka School District since 2019, has recently been a finalist for superintendent positions in Anchorage and Fairbanks.
The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Tribes of Alaska is one of five tribal organizations to receive a state-tribal education compacting grant.
Susan McKenzie has declined the role of commissioner for the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development.
Student advisors to the state Board of Education spoke out against what Gov. Mike Dunleavy calls his “parental rights” bill Wednesday.
The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska now owns another acre of property in downtown Juneau.
A new ferry terminal at the end of Juneau’s road is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Palmer is vice president of Front Range Community College in Colorado. She also previously worked at Colorado Mesa University.
Dunleavy's bill would require more parental permission to teach sex education and change students’ names or pronouns in school.
Juneau's Assembly is the latest to support Southeast Alaska’s king salmon troll fishery against a lawsuit that could threaten its future.
The cards featured photos of the kids at school, with construction paper hearts and handwritten signatures.
Childcare workers, advocates and state legislators are calling for a collaborative approach to rebuilding the workforce.
A $30 increase to base student allocation isn't enough to keep the district out of a deficit as costs go up and enrollment goes down.
Assembly members hope the new limit helps to curb issues like crowding and air pollution in Juneau's downtown area.
Educators, students and parents gathered on the steps of the Alaska State Capitol Monday night to call for more education funding.
For a Southeast Alaska tribal group, the lot of less than 800 square feet represents tribal sovereignty and self-determination.
Two of Juneau’s childcare centers are closing after months of trying to hire new administrators.
Juneau School Board votes against investigation into district’s communication about floor sealant incident
Last summer, staff mistakenly served students floor sealant instead of milk.
Juneau could offer sign-on bonuses of up to $40,000, for city employees in certain positions who stay on the job for two to four years.