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West Central Constituents Hope to Have Their Say in Boundary Change Dispute

The people have prepared their answer to the proposed land swap between the West Central and Sioux Falls School Districts.

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Highway 100’s Northern Segment and School Choice Week Preview on VPU

Every day we inch closer to completion of a new super highway around the eastern corridor of Sioux Falls.  

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Sioux Falls City Councilor Giving Back So Torch Can Be Passed to Future Generations

A bright future awaits the youth of our country when given the opportunity to produce ideas.

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Hawks: Wanted Governor to Say More on Roads, Education

It’s not what Governor Dennis Daugaard said in his annual budget address last week butwhat he didn’t say that concerns state Representative Paula Hawks, a Democrat from Hartford.

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South Dakota State University Receives $2.3 Million to Continue Sun Grant Program

South Dakota State University recently received $2.3 million from the United States Agriculture Department to continue its leadership of the Sun Grant Program.

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Mitchell Teacher Up for $1 Million Prize in Worldwide Competition

Julie Olsen from Second Chance High School in Mitchell will compete for Varkey GEMS Foundation Global Teacher Prize.

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Aberdeen School District Offering Free Math Classes to Parents

The Aberdeen School District is offering free math classes to parents who would like to better understand what their kids are learning.

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A Teaching Moment During American Education Week in VPU Faculty Lounge

November 16-22, 2014 is American Education Week and South Dakota Education Association President Mary McCorkle is taking a tour of the state to highlight the strengths and shore up the weaknesses.  

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College Prices Continue to Creep Up

Time to stock up on the ramen noodles. The average cost of attending college crept up again this year, the College Board said Thursday.

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Education in South Dakota Gets a D+

South Dakota gets a barely-passing grade from 'The Report Card of American Education.'

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