Bradner concluded that science requires knowledge. Knowledge arises from education--an area being whacked by Governor Dunleavy’s budget axe.
In third grade, students learn to read. In fourth grade, they read to learn. Students who cannot read well almost never catch up.
It’s a strange world. One minute I’m reading a caribou-hunting account and the next I’m learning intelligent toilets at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
Some Assembly members floated the idea of cutting back on the production of flowers to cut cost. Instead, the greenhouse can grow cannabis.
With the withdrawal of Governor Bill Walker from the race Alaska voters will now decide between Mike Dunleavy or Mark Begich.
Somewhere, circling on the event horizon of 21st century’s black hole of information, truth is waiting for us.
In the coming weeks, the Alaska Policy Forum will be looking into the Outside money that is impacting policy in Alaska like Ballot Measure 1.
For your monthly printed magazine, please consider using a font several times larger for your articles. I really enjoyed the magazine, so I hope you can make it more readable. Thanks.
The Unfortunate Demise of the Tom Thumb Montessori Schools written by Donn Liston was very interesting. Thank you for the insight into some of the reasons the schools eventually closed.
Candidates running for office in Alaska (and elsewhere) could significantly reduce the cost of their campaigns by simply running on the theme “Wallet,” which is the main reason people vote anyway.