Once you get past the first few lines of a mailer, it becomes quite clear who truly supports our students’ futures and who is just talk.
Anchorage educators deserve a salary and benefits that keep up with the cost of teaching in Alaska.
Being a student is stressful enough; our children shouldn’t have to also worry about their physical safety.
An acknowledgement of work to be done on a personal and systemic level is just that, nothing more.
If you want students back in school buildings, it is time to act like it. Not protest to re-open schools, maskless, or glad-hand at a fundraiser.
The MLB began its most bizarre season ever Thursday night, a 60-game sprint rather than the traditional 162-game marathon.
We all want to return to normal and we all want a thriving economy. But if you’re like me, you’d also like everyone to stay alive.
Daniel the golden retriever was the crowd favorite, but Siba caught the eye of the judge.
We should be investing in proverbial boots and straps, not widening our inequities with shady tax scholarship programs and biased school-choice initiatives.
We have a chance to be on the right side of history, but only if we speak up. On an issue as grave as this, we are all mandatory reporters.
Alaska is at the precipice of a mass exodus of teachers, including many of us.
To infer that the 3,300 experts in our classrooms are unable to differentiate between curriculum and contracts is unprofessional and not best for our students.
These “one size fits all” programs aimed at moving the data needle erode the personal relationship between teacher and student. "One size fits all" most often means nobody gets what they need.
If we truly do care about the education of all Alaska kids, let’s put the public back in public education.
CJ won best in show at the 140th Westminster Kennel Club on Tuesday night, beating a couple of top favorites at a nearly packed Madison Square Garden.