ASD partnered with Gaggle over the summer to ensure that students are not accessing or exposed to inappropriate content or engaging in any destructive online behavior when using the District network or computers.
Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz comments during the first community COVID briefing of the fall, that the community must double down on efforts to prevent the spread of COVID if students are going to be allowed to return to school buildings
Structure and consistency have been hallmarks of my classroom culture. My students thrive in an environment where expectations are made clear to them and the criteria for their success are known from the onset.
Teachers and parents concerned about contract negotiations between the Mat-Su Borough School District and the local teachers union filled the public testimony time at a regular board meeting Wednesday.
Amid the University of Alaska Board of Regents meetings highlighted by reduced budgets and slashed athletic programs, progress to reduce and response to sexual assault and harassment on campus stood out as a bright spot.
Going back to school can be exciting, exhilarating, and expensive, and for those families transitioning from homelessness or other vulnerable situations, the experience becomes that much more stressful.
University of Alaska Anchorage is going through tough times just like most establishments right now, however, new resources and time at home is turning into opportunity for students according to University leaders.