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Are You Getting Ready for School to Start?

The start of the 2013-14 school year is still several weeks away, the stores are full of school supplies, and they're advertising back-to-school clothing, electronics, you name it.

Of course, electronics were not part of the mix when I was in school, not even in college

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Tribes Call for Lakota-based Education

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Tribal members in South Dakota are calling for their own Lakota-based curriculum for students.

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South Dakota Universities Changing Teacher Education Model

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota's public universities are changing their teacher education programs so students will spend a full year teaching in a school district before graduating.

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Sioux Falls, 7 Other After-School Programs Get Grants

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - Eight after-school programs have been awarded grants to provide educational opportunities for students.

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Lawmakers Urged to Boost School Funding

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - Officials representing South Dakota school districts say a legislative panel should look at boosting state financial aid to schools.

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New Technology Grants Available for South Dakota Schools

South Dakota schools can now begin applying for two new kinds of grants approved by this year's Legislature.

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Thomas Geu Named Dean at USD School

The University of South Dakota has announced that Thomas Earl Geu has been named dean of the School of Law.

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Sioux Falls School Board Candidate Matt Leedom

Matt Leedom is trying to be one of the two top vote-getters in the upcoming School Board election in Sioux Falls. Election Day is Tuesday May 21.

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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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