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Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew About The Work They Do

Your kid's teachers want you to know a few things.

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Diversity Follows Boom in Sioux Falls School Enrollment; More Growth Coming

A University of South Dakota study has concluded that the number of students in Sioux Falls' public schools will grow by more than 20 percent over the next 10 years.

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Costlier Back-to-School Shopping This Year?

Some parents say buying back-to-school supplies this year will cost more than it did a year ago.

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This Is How You Can Make Sure Your Kid Doesn’t End Up Playing Air Guitar In Your Basement At Age 40

College majors that might keep your children from moving back in after they graduate!

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Top of Mind – How Better Reading Can Change Your Life

Don Jacobs of Results Radio Townsquare Media has a little secret - he was a poor reader. But thanks to one teacher, that all changed.

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Economists Expect Less Money Coming From Taxes. Schools and Hospitals Getting Nervous.

The promise of a budget surplus in December has dissipated into cold reality.

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Being Drunk and Annoying is Not Illegal in Several States Even If You’re A Teacher

This is an examination of a newly discovered and strange phenomena involving being drunk and annoying.

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STUDY: South Dakota Spends Smaller Percentages on Education, Welfare Than National Averages

(NPN) -- South Dakota and most Northern Plains states spend less on welfare than the national average but are above, below and at national averages for education spending, according to a recent government study

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Lawmakers Debate More Common Core Bills

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers are considering proposals that would protect the privacy of student records and delay the adoption of any additional Common Core standards.

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Governor Daugaard Explains Education Proposal

In his State of the State address to the South Dakota Legislature, Governor Dennis Daugaard mentioned the need for people to acquire the skills to meet the needs of the labor market.

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