to Offer Postwar Pioneers?
There are two school systems in Alaskathe federal schools,
operated by the federal government for the natives, and the Territorial schools,
operated by the Territory in cooperation with the incorporated towns. The Territorial
schools compare well with those in the States, and have the usual eight years
of grade school and four years of high school. The federal schools do not ordinarily
go beyond the eighth grade. Fully accredited college courses are given at the
University of Alaska, at College, near Fairbanksliberal arts courses and
special training in mining and agriculture. There has been some discussion of
locating a branch of the university in southeastern Alaska.
in many communities, supported by the community, churches, or the United States
Public Health Service.