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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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Rickless and Somewhat Feckless for One More Day on VPU

The hyphenated string of words that cause more fear and loathing among children than any other will be highlighted today: Back-to-school.  

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60 Second Spin: Should Sioux Falls Expand Their Foreign Language Study Program?

In this episode of 60 Second Spin, Rick and Todd discuss the expansion of the Sioux Falls foreign language program.

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FILE: Children, Kids

REPORT: 4 of 10 States Without State Funded Pre-Schools in Northern Plains, Includes South Dakota

(NPN) -- Four of the 10 states in the nation that do not provide state-funded pre-school are in the Northern Plains—South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming—according to a new report released the U...

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VPU’s 1310 Series: Poverty Makes It Tougher for Sioux Falls Children to Learn

While Sioux Falls has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation and polling says that citizens are among the most optimistic in the country, there are some disturbing economic issues facing the city.

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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.  As the South Dakota Legislature wraps up their main session this week, the funding projections are somewhat lower than first anticipated.  

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Do Student Debts Hinder Home Purchases?

A story in the Washington Post says many young adults getting established in the workforce aren't buying homes, at least partly because they're still paying their student loans.

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