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    BOX ELDER — Douglas High School joined a global network Friday afternoon as the only school in South Dakota, and one of only 14 in the United States, to be admitted to the international PASCH network — a global network of schools that place a high value on learning about Germany.

    The Douglas School District Board of Education received fall academic progress reports at its regular board meeting Tuesday evening, showing a slow, yet steady, climb upward from previous years.

    PIERRE — South Dakota students and families can access a new, online tutoring program, staffed by college students who are preparing to become teachers. The Dakota Dreams Online Tutoring Program offers free online tutoring to K-12 students across the state.


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    Residents of the West Boulevard Neighborhood Association voiced concerns Thursday over any future plans to potentially close Wilson Elementary School, but understand the age and deteriorating condition of the building leave few options open.

    South Dakota teachers and school administrators overwhelmingly voiced opposition on Monday to Gov. Kristi Noem's proposed standards for social studies in public schools, saying the proposal saddles them with expanding and unwieldy criteria to cover in classrooms but fails to teach students t…

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