Nome Public Schools has drafted a $14.6 million budget. The district will finalize the budget on April 12, the same day lawmakers are set to gavel out.
“Things look promising — as best as they could,” said Superintendent Shawn Arnold. “As it is right now, education spending is fairly intact.”
Hear our October 8th discussion on education, ranging from the importance of student confidence and family involvement to the value of culturally relevant curricula.
The city approved the district’s full local budget request – even adding extra funds for an early childhood education teacher.
This Thursday on Sounding Board (September 20, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about early childhood education. While children five years old and younger are not required…