- 1.Education Funding
BBB Alert: Schools Receiving Fake Invoices
Many districts blame South Dakota's historically low teacher pay for the growing teacher shortage across the state. With the first day of class coming soon, many districts are scrambling to fill open positions.
Xcel Energy is giving Southeast Tech a $1,500 grant to fund three $500 educational scholarships for students.
Two votes are all that separated the Tea Area School District from giving students more space.
New research shows that U.S. teachers are nowhere near as diverse as their students.
Officials in Pierre say the rejection of two bids for a major construction phase of a new elementary school won't have a significant impact in the timeline of the project.
Whether you want to be an engineer or a nurse, a college degree stands in the way of that dream.
As South Dakota's legislative session nears an end, educators are waiting to see how much money schools will get.
The college's board of trustees has voted to freeze 2014-2015 tuition and fees at this year's rates.
Does it pay to be a teacher in South Dakota? That's a hot topic in Pierre as lawmakers look at funding education.
South Dakota college grads carry a lot of school debt.
Multiple small school districts in the northeast part of the state are either planning or in the middle of building projects.
Students heading back to college this fall will save thousands in interest charges on their loans after they graduate once President Barack Obama signs into law a rare bipartisan compromise.
Interest rates on federally subsidized Stafford student loans doubled on Monday, from 3.4 to 6.8 percent after Congress left for its July Fourth break without reaching a deal. It'll cost the average college student an extra $2,600 in interest unless it's reversed.
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