Alaskan Schools: What Matters to Students?
Through a series of focus groups with about 280 students–engaged and disengaged, rural and urban, Alaska Native and non-Native, middle and high school-aged, and students who have recently dropped out–young people from 26 schools in four districts (Anchorage, Juneau, Lower Kuskokwim, and Yukon-Koyukuk), shared their perspectives on these questions. Some of their answers may surprise you, and findings will certainly be valuable to schools working to keep students engaged.
ICE Progress Reports
For an overview of our guiding principles, statewide initiatives, collaborative partnerships, resources and program evaluation results check out the Alaska ICE Progress Report. As of 2012, we combined our ICE progress report with the AASB Annual Report.
Alaska ICE Evaluation (2010)
ICE News is an insert into AASB’s Commentary, a monthly hardcopy newsletter mailed to our members. ICE News captures relevant stories and information related to current projects, workshops, and education issues in schools and communities throughout Alaska.
Kids These Days is an electronic newsletter that provides news and information related to parents, families, youth and teens from our statewide partner organizations and youth advocates.
AASB publications range from our monthly Commentary to weekly E-News, Legislative Bulletin and Critical Issues. Find these publications at aasb.org’s publications page.
Asset Building and Student Achievement
A Literature Review and Bibliography of Research and Resources
by Kayla Boettcher, 2004
For books, posters, and other publications — Helping Kids Succeed~Alaskan Style, Another Culture/Another World, Traditional Values of Alaska, The Story of the Town Bear and the Forest Bear, Strong Man, and more — go to our Store page.