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August Issue 4 2013

AVTEC plans nation’s first ice navigation program for 2014

The White House is setting Arctic policy. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is investigating locations for an Arctic port.

Teachers train for new tech in classroom August Issue 4 2013

Teachers train for new tech in classroom

Students at every level are seeing increasing opportunities to use technology in the classroom, whether they’re sixth graders or undergraduates.

August Issue 4 2013

Students take more hours with initiatives, scholarships

A University of Alaska effort to increase students’ credit loads is starting to pay off.

August Issue 4 2013

$18M residence hall opens at Kenai Peninsula College

KENAI — Decades in the making, 96 rooms in 30 apartment-like residences are now open to students at Kenai Peninsula College.

Ribbons cut at KPC Career and Technical Education Center August Issue 4 2013

Ribbons cut at KPC Career and Technical Education Center

KENAI — As several hundred people crowded around, waiting to get into the glass, steel and aluminum space housing the Kenai Peninsula College-Kenai River Campus’ new Career and Technical Education Center Aug. 15, Spencer Litzenberger had a different idea.

Zender wins environmental training grant for rural cleanup June Issue 4 2013

Zender wins environmental training grant for rural cleanup

A $200,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant will allow Zender Environmental Health and Research Group continue its environmental technician training program for unemployed rural Alaskans.

June Issue 4 2013

BP Awards 25 scholarships

Twenty-five Alaska high school seniors will each receive a $4,000 scholarship from the BP Principals’ and Commissioner’s Scholarship program.

Top of the World June Issue 2 2013

Top of the World

ASRC's Ty Hardt scales Mt. Everest to support Barrow Boys and Girls Club.

May Issue 3 2013

Education Dept. gives Alaska, two more states NCLB waivers

Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced on Monday that three more states would join the ranks of those given permission to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law in favor of their own school improvement plans.

April Issue 1 2013

COMMENTARY: Legislature must protect Alaska’s most valuable resource

On the door of a kindergarten classroom in Juneau, I saw a sign that read “Graduating Class of 2025.” What will 2025 be like? I don’t know. But as a school board member, I consider it a sacred public trust to prepare our kids for it.