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Six candidates vie for Taylor's Senate seat1

Senate hopefuls are lining up to fill the seat to be vacated next week by veteran Southeast Alaska lawmaker Robin Taylor. Taylor, a Wrangell Republican, announced in August his plans to leave the Legislature for a new job as a special assistant to Department of Transportation Southeast Region Director Gary Paxton.

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Panel to look at teacher shortage

...no longer competitive," said Kronberg, president of NEA-Alaska, the statewide teachers union. The House Special Committee on Education, headed by former teacher and Anchorage Republican Rep. Con Bunde, will take testimony this week on...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...roughly $20 million a year, depending on the number of students who qualify. Rep. Con Bunde heads the House Special Committee on Education that heard the bills Wednesday, and the Anchorage Republican said the price tag on Davies' bill is too...

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...at UAS or in the Juneau School District for nearly 10 years. She delivered these comments to the Alaska House Special Committee on Education on Jan. 27. Share this page: Print Email Digg Archives I am a product of Alaska's schools from...

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...would forgive half an Alaska Student Loan for a graduate who teaches in Alaska five years, passed the House Special Committee on Education. The bill sponsored by Rep. Gary Stevens, a Kodiak Republican, next goes to the House Health and Social...

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Bill in House committee hikes school funding

...along a bill that raises the base student allocation from $4,576 to $4,919 for next school year. The House Special Committee on Education last week approved an allocation of $4,896. That was higher than the administration's proposed...

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House panel calls for boost in school funding

...to keep increasing funding by 2 percent a year. Rep. Dan Ogg, R-Kodiak, said a subcommittee of the House Special Committee on Education came up with that number after hearing educators around the state discuss what they would need just to...

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State seeks relief from federal education mandate

...changes the state may seek in the law - or in interpretation of the law - in a presentation Tuesday to the House Special Committee on Education. One area of concern for Alaska officials deals with Alaska Native language immersion programs. Federal...

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Legislation aims to help curb bullying

...482, "An act relating to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in schools," was introduced to the House Special Committee on Education on Thursday morning. Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson, R-Anchorage, the bill allows schools to create...

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Bills may give break on loans

...roughly $20 million a year, depending on the number of students who qualify. Rep. Con Bunde heads the House Special Committee on Education that heard the bills Wednesday, and the Anchorage Republican said the price tag on Davies' bill is too...

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