Sarah Montalbano

Sarah Montalbano is the Research Associate at Alaska Policy Forum. She is responsible for developing new freedom-supporting content and analyzing the budgets of Alaska's public institutions, as well as elucidating the effects of policy recommendations on the state. She is currently a senior at Montana State University majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Economics and Data Science, with the eventual goal of working in econometrics. Raised in Wasilla, Sarah is an accomplished classical violinist and an avid fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Tribal Compacting Is School Choice

The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) recently received a $1 million grant, funded by the federal CARES Act, to research a “legal and practical pathway” for tribal compacting of education. Tribal compacting is an education agreement between the state and tribes where local authority for K-12 schools is vested […]