Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media
This week, UAA officials are meeting with the state Department of Education to determine the next steps for UAA's education department, leaving roughly 250 students affected by the loss of accreditation waiting for the university to address their concerns.
State says it will temporarily recognize teaching license recommendations from UAA, amid accreditation loss
The state says it will recognize the UAA students who meet licensure requirements during 2019 Spring and Summer semesters.
Two-hundred-fifty students in teaching programs at the University of Alaska Anchorage are wondering if they'll qualify for teaching licenses when they graduate. That's because UAA's education program lost it's national accreditation late last week.
A spokesman for the governor says that since January 2nd, Donley has been deputy commissioner of the Department of Administration. According to the school board, it isn't unprecedented for someone to serve on a school board in Alaska and also work for the Governor.
Over 5,000 people have signed a petition, asking for longer lunch and recess in Anchorage elementary schools
An online petition asking the Anchorage School District to require no less than 30 minutes a day for lunch and equal time for recess.
Anchorage School District teacher contracts include updates for ‘academic freedom.’ What does that mean?
Anchorage School District teachers have a new contract after months of negotiation. While there's been a lot of focus on the salary increases, many teachers are just as interested in a change that allows for more flexibility in developing lessons.
After months of discussion and negotiation, Anchorage teachers officially have three-year contracts.
The Anchorage School District announced that a teacher the district says "shoved and grabbed a student" at Ptarmigan Elementary School has officially resigned from the district.
Anchorage School District classes resumed today after being closed for more than a week following last month's magnitude 7.0 earthquake. While most of the students are in the schools they've attended all year, two schools had to relocate because of significant damage.
Gruening Middle School students will move to Chugiak High School next week to continue their classes after last week's magnitude 7.0 earthquake forced the Anchorage School District to close their school for the rest of the school year.
Teachers at Gruening Middle School in Eagle River began the process today of relocating to their new classrooms at Chugiak High School.
The University of Alaska Anchorage reopened to students Wedneday after being closed due to Friday's earthquake. The university had no structural damage or gas leaks, but there was still a lot of cleaning up to do.
The Anchorage School District announced that Gruening Middle School will be closed for the remainder of the school year due to damage sustained during Friday's earthquake.
The Anchorage School District announced that after taking severe damage from Friday's earthquake, Eagle River Elementary School will be offline for the remainder of the school year.