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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 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
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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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Tea Residents Voting on Another School Bond Issue

Residents of Tea are voting on a proposed school bond issue for the fourth time in about a year.

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University of South Dakota Launches $250 Million Fundraising Campaign

USD is embarking on a fundraising campaign that it hopes can bring in $250 million in private donations to fund scholarships and revamp campus facilities.

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Harrisburg Voters Approve $25M School Bond Issue

Residents in the Harrisburg School District near Sioux Falls have overwhelmingly approved a $25 million bond issue.

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Lawmakers Say Education Needs More Than Just Money

South Dakota's superintendents say schools are struggling to fill open positions, but policymakers say teacher shortage won't be fixed with more funding alone.

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Superintendents Say Teaching Positions Remain Open in South Dakota

A new survey of school superintendents shows that more than 20 percent of school districts in South Dakota had at least one teaching position open on the first day of school.

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Pierre Residents to Pick Name of New Elementary

Pierre residents will decide the name of a new elementary school scheduled to open next year in the northeast part of the capital city.

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South Dakota High School Students Earn Dual Credit

The South Dakota Board of Education says almost 780 high school students have enrolled in the state's reduced-cost dual credit program.

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