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Home school parents, children turn out to oppose state test mandate

Union Leader 05 Mar 2024
In the 2022-23 school year, only 1% of EFA students took the state assessment test, according to Matt Sutherton, director of policy with the Children’s Scholarship Program, which administers EFAs for the state.
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CLOSURE LEAVES VOID AND LEGACY

Albany Democrat Herald 05 Mar 2024
The education service district has supported Maple Lawn students for decades through Early Intervention, a state-funded program offers children who face delays in speech and motor skills or who have ...
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Editorial Roundup: Indiana

Victoria Advocate 05 Mar 2024
The Legislature is poised to pass a bill that would require K-12 school districts to hold back more students who fail the state’s elementary school reading exam ... Requiring students to attend school by age 5 and fully funding pre-kindergarten programs.
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Question of whether Nebraska public money can go to private schools still set for November ballot

Scottsbluff StarHerald 05 Mar 2024
... revenue fund. Supporters of the scholarship program say it helps underprivileged students who have few other choices when they find themselves in an underperforming or toxic public school environment.
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Long COVID may be triggered by low iron levels, scientists discover

New York Post 05 Mar 2024
New research has identified iron deficiencies in the blood as a major culprit in long COVID cases ... Getty Images/iStockphoto. Program for at-risk NYC students imperiled by loss of federal stimulus funds as city spends on migrants ... Aimee Hanson ... ....
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Goodbye, DEI: UF students react to elimination of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion positions

The Gainesville Sun 04 Mar 2024
Last year Bacallao was a peer leader for ADELANTE, a free program under CIME and the Office of Hispanic-Latinx Student Engagement, which supports first-year Hispanic-Latinx students with their transition to college.
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Voucher expansion leads to more students, waitlists and classes for some religious schools

The Nashville Ledger 04 Mar 2024
The Miami Archdiocese's superintendent of schools says Catholic education is increasingly in demand in South Florida, now that all K-12 students regardless of income are allowed to use taxpayer-funded programs to pay for private school tuition.
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Hoskin signs College Internship Program policy to provide workforce experience

Tahlequah Daily Press 04 Mar 2024
The establishment of the Cherokee Nation College Internship Program is in effort to assist and encourage Cherokee college students preparing to enter the workforce and increase the staff of the Cherokee Nation.
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USAC recap – Feb. 27

Daily Bruin 04 Mar 2024
The council allocated $6,162.30 from the Contingency Programming Fund to two USAC-related and 29 non-USAC events ... The council allocated $1,500 from the Student Wellness Programming Fund to two USAC entities and $660 to one non-USAC entity.
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Mission trip to have 'life-long impact' for local resident

Progressive Journal 04 Mar 2024
Students ... She said the university needs support for students who do not have funds to attend; funds to upgrade the facilities; and help with programs to end child violence, abuse, and child marriages.
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CityVerse provides scholarship, cash prizes for Youngstown high school students

The Vindicator 04 Mar 2024
YOUNGSTOWN — A new program will fund free poetry workshops for 30 Youngstown high school students, and one will end up with a $5,000 scholarship ... Funding for the program is provided by the ...
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District 5 Sullivan County school board candidates give questionnaire answers

Kingsport Times-News 04 Mar 2024
"The current state plan will likely result in reduced public school funding, increased student-to-teacher ratios, increased teacher losses, reduced program and service offerings and local tax increases.
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UCLA Gets $25 Million From ‘Big Bang’ Chief for Scholarships

Live Mint 04 Mar 2024
He dropped out of the State University of New York at Potsdam and carried a student loan of about $2,000 for 15 years because he didn’t have the money to pay it off, he said. His gift will fund ...
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Duke Energy and Lumberton Rotary present RCC with $4,000 check

The Robesonian 04 Mar 2024
This funding will make a difference and impact many students,” Freeman added ... The welding program at RCC started offering an associate degree last semester, in addition to a diploma and certificate that students could earn.
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State school spending isn’t keeping up with rising costs

Bangor Daily News 04 Mar 2024
This gives school boards the unenviable choice to pass the real dollar declines in school funding back onto students via educational program cuts or onto taxpayers via property tax increases (while ...
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