Alaska Department of Education & Early Development
Public School Funding
Ensure funding is appropriately distributed to recipients based on legislative appropriation and by statute and in accordance with the foundation formula, other formula programs, or legislative intent for funding outside the primary funding formulas.
Fiscal Accountability, Compliance and Oversight
Ensure the department effectively and efficiently manages state, federal, and other funding by providing comprehensive fiscal and administrative services.
School Effectiveness Programs Assist school districts by providing programs, technical on-site and distance-delivery support, and early intervention services in efforts to increase the statewide graduation rate.
Provide opportunities for, and collaborate with, government entities and other public and private organizations to engage in active partnerships in pursuit of state educational goals.
An excellent education for every student every day.
Region 16 Comprehensive Center Network Region | AK
As a network of 29 educational services districts in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington, we are a responsive and innovative partner guided by the needs of educators and communities to improve the educational outcomes for each student.
We engage state, regional, tribal, school, and community partners to improve the quality and equity of education for each student by providing evidence-based services and supports.
Provide high quality, intensive, capacity-building services to states.
Promote effective instruction in classrooms and schools.
Provide families and students with access and opportunities for a high-quality education that meets their individual needs.
The Association of Alaska School Boards
The Association of Alaska School Boards is an organization representing school boards in Alaska. Our membership consists of more than 330 individual board members, responsible for students who attend Alaska’s public schools. Associate members include school superintendents, advisory school boards, the State Board of Education, the Commissioner of Education and the Special Education Service Agency.
A 15 member Board of Directors, consisting of 12 directors and four officers, governs AASB. The Board, elected by membership at the Annual Conference, represents all regions of the state. The membership, as a whole, passes the resolutions, which establish the positions taken by the Association before the legislature and other agencies throughout the year.
SERRC Alaska’s Educational Resource Center
SERRC is Alaska’s premier non-profit educational service agency, supporting learners, educators, and districts throughout the state.
Formed in 1976, SERRC is Alaska’s premier non- profit educational service agency, supporting learners, educators, and districts throughout the state by providing quality educational programs that complement the unique strengths and respond to the diverse needs of Alaska’s communities. SERRC provides quality educational programs that complement the unique strengths and respond to the diverse needs of Alaska’s communities. SERRC is the acronym for Southeast Regional Resource Center. Even though SERRC now serves the entire state, the name remains, with the added maxim: Alaska’s Educational Resource Center.