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Morgan Weedman

Ambitious Teen Gets 2 College Degrees While Still in High School

Morgan Weedman has a pretty bright future ahead of her.

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Teacher Salaries for Sioux Falls Schools Significantly Rise

Increasing teacher salaries was one of the goals of the 2016 South Dakota Legislative session. One educator believes the impact will long-lasting.

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Some South Dakota Schools Conflicted over New Disclosure Law

School administrators in South Dakota are struggling to interpret the state's new conflict disclosure law, saying it's confusing and overly broad.

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Southeast Technical Institute
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Sioux Falls School Board Names New Southeast Tech President

The Sioux Falls School Board says Robert Griggs will be the new president of Southeast Technical Institute.

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Gov. Dennis Daugaard Names New Member of Board of Education

Gov. Dennis Daugaard has named the chairman of a mechanical contracting company to the South Dakota Board of Education.

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How to Prepare Your Kid for College

You may have the smartest college freshman-to-be on the planet, but if they can't answer some basic questions, they may need some remedial training before they hit the dorm.

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South Dakota Schools See Fewer Teacher Openings in June

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A monthly survey of teacher job openings in South Dakota shows that the number of teacher vacancies is continuing its downward trend.

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South Dakota Teacher Admits Sexting Students

A teacher has admitted to sending sexually explicit photos to students while employed as a substitute as a physical education instructor and janitor.

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Black Hills State University
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Board of Regents Approves Request on Arts Degree Programs

MADISON, S.D. (AP) — The Board of Regents has approved a request to move three arts degree programs at Black Hills State University to the BFA designation.

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Read the Gear Up E-Mail Trail

See the e-mails regarding how money for Native American Students was diverted for extravagant dinners, tires, electronics and more at nearly $350,000.

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