Mandan voters greenlit an $84 million bond to build a new high school and elementary school.
BOSTON — U.S. colleges hoping for a return to normalcy next fall are weighing how far they should go in urging students to get the COVID-19 v…
Bismarck parents on Monday asked the school board to end its masking policy and create opportunities for more parent input.
Mandan voters will decide whether to approve an $84 million bond to build two new schools Tuesday.
Mandan Public Schools will put millions of federal COVID-19 aid dollars toward the construction of two new schools should voters approve the b…
Five remaining candidates for the presidency of Williston State College are scheduled to visit the campus this week.
University of Mary associate professor Marek Dojs is passing along the fine art of Ukrainian pysanka to his students.
Bismarck State College is looking to continue its expansion into higher education in Saudi Arabia after a previous partnership ended.
The president of North Dakota State University said Tuesday that he won’t bow to political pressure or proposed sanctions against the school f…
Wilton voters decided against building a new high school and gymnasium Tuesday.
A Mohall woman was cited Tuesday after the vehicle she was driving collided with a Bismarck school bus on South Seventh Street. No students we…
State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is looking for ways to address a student learning gap blamed on the coronavirus pandemic.
North Dakota House budget writers on Wednesday heard priorities for Bismarck State College as representatives begin to take up college and uni…
The Bismarck school board approved new elementary school boundaries and a bid to construct the second of two new schools Monday.
Superintendent Jason Hornbacher met with a parent who asked the school board to address the harassment of LGBTQ students.
Absentee ballot applications are now available for a special election about funding two new Mandan schools.
A committee searching for the next president of Williston State College will interview 11 candidates next week.
A Bismarck mother asked the school board to address what she says is the harassment of LGBTQ students in schools.
Gateway to Science in Bismarck has joined Museums for All, a program that offers reduced admission to low-income people.
The North Dakota House killed a bill that would have required schools to have a written seclusion and restraint policy.
Gov. Doug Burgum and state Superintendent Kirsten Baesler on Tuesday announced Innovative Education Week will be held June 7-11.
The North Dakota House has passed a bill supporters say preserves fairness in girls sports but opponents say discriminates against transgender…