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SDSU and USD Offering More Degree Programs Online

The University of South Dakota and South Dakota State University will begin offering four existing degree programs online.

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Chamberlain School Board Rejects Honor Song Request

American Indian students will not be recognized with an honor song during this year's graduation ceremony at Chamberlain High School in southeastern South Dakota.

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Sioux Falls School Board Candidate Carly Reiter

May 21 is Election Day for the Sioux Falls School Board. Carly Reiter says the district should invest in teachers as they will invest in the students.

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Grant to Help South Dakota Math, Science Instruction

South Dakota public universities and some K-12 schools will use federal grants totaling nearly $300,000 for six projects aimed at improving math and science instruction in middle schools and high schools.

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Department of Education Kicks Off Statewide Reading Challenge

The South Dakota Department of Education is kicking off a statewide reading challenge as students prepare for summer break.

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Washington High School Student Chosen for President Scholar

Two South Dakota high school students are among more than 140 students from across the country being recognized for their accomplishments in academics or the arts.

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Need a Nurse? No problem! Leave the Classroom and Go to the Clinic

For some families, getting their children treated for minor illnesses means taking time off from work and spending time in clinic waiting rooms waiting to be seen by a doctor. But families at Hayward Elementary in Sioux Falls are benefitting from a newly opened clinic located right in the school.

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Board to Meet on Pierre Teacher Contract

Pierre school district employees could see their first ongoing pay hike in three years if a contract is approved by the school board.

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Rapid City Schools Won’t Make Up Snow Days

School children in Rapid City have some good news coming to them.

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Debate on How to Fund Education in South Dakota Continues

It’s a debate that’s been going on for years in South Dakota - how to best fund K-12 education in this state without raising property taxes.

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