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Sioux Falls City Councilor Giving Back So Torch Can Be Passed to Future Generations

A bright future awaits the youth of our country when given the opportunity to produce ideas.

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South Dakota State University Receives $2.3 Million to Continue Sun Grant Program

South Dakota State University recently received $2.3 million from the United States Agriculture Department to continue its leadership of the Sun Grant Program.

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Mitchell Teacher Up for $1 Million Prize in Worldwide Competition

Julie Olsen from Second Chance High School in Mitchell will compete for Varkey GEMS Foundation Global Teacher Prize.

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Aberdeen School District Offering Free Math Classes to Parents

The Aberdeen School District is offering free math classes to parents who would like to better understand what their kids are learning.

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College Prices Continue to Creep Up

Time to stock up on the ramen noodles. The average cost of attending college crept up again this year, the College Board said Thursday.

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Education in South Dakota Gets a D+

South Dakota gets a barely-passing grade from 'The Report Card of American Education.'

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South Dakota Universities Look to Start Program to Train School Principals, Administrators [VIDEO]

Besides training more teachers the South Dakota Board of Regents wants to improve education for future administrators.

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Former Olympic Billy Mills Champion Launching Grant Program

Olympic champion runner Billy Mills is marking the 50th anniversary of his 1964 gold medal by launching a grant program to help young people.

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US Senate South Dakota Candidate Forum
Todd Epp, KSOO

US Senate Hopefuls Mike Rounds, Rick Weiland, Gordon Howie and Larry Pressler Want to Reform Education Policy

The four candidates for an open U.S. Senate seat in South Dakota all want to reshape the country's education policy, but in different ways.

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Allen Hogie, Brandon Valley High School SD Teacher of the Year
South Dakota Department of Education

South Dakota Teacher of the Year from Brandon Valley

South Dakota's teacher of the year for 2015 is a Brandon Valley High School math teacher.

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