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Advocates for summer programming for Oregon kids again try asking the Legislature for funds

Herald and News 01 Feb 2023
With students returning to school from the pandemic, increased financial support for summer programming from the state and federal COVID-19 relief funds have provided schools with money to catch students up ... afterschool programs that more than 70% of elementary students attended.
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Legislation Introduced in State House to Provide Parents Funds for Private or Home-Based Education

The Centralia Chronicle 01 Feb 2023
The bill, House Bill 1615, would direct the Washington Student Achievement Council to establish and administer the Students First program, which would fund education savings accounts for individual students, the release said.
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To the Editor: No More Student Government Clickbait

The Harvard Crimson 01 Feb 2023
... chaos than it is sharing with students information about pertinent programs and initiatives — even if it means manufacturing the controversy ... To set the record straight, we routinely audit the purchases made by student organizations, and the book fund program requires receipts.
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ND Legislative Hearing Schedule Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 2023

Devils Lake Journal 01 Feb 2023
HB1382, Provides a payment of $500 per term for college students who are part of an apprenticeship program ... HB1240, Requires $1 million transfers from the Legacy Fund’s earnings fund to the skilled workforce student loan repayment fund and the skilled workforce scholarship fund.
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Two educators teach the meaning of business to students of all abilities

The Galveston Daily News 01 Feb 2023
In the store, 17 of 43 students in the program gathered around a table while teachers Rob Lewis and Darren Muren gave instructions about what needed to be accomplished that day ... The teachers are working to secure $500,000 in additional grant funding this year so the program can serve a larger student population, Lewis said.
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UCA receives $1.6 million grant from U.S. Department of Education

Log Cabin Democrat 31 Jan 2023
Additionally, the Bear Life initiative will provide funding for 50 low-income students to participate in the summer bridge program at UCA ... Each year, the program will also fund 20 micro-internships for students entering their sophomore year and whose interests align with in-demand ...
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UCA grant-funded initiative to help low-income students

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 31 Jan 2023
The University of Central Arkansas hopes to help first-time, low-income students in their initial year at the school through a grant-funded initiative ... The Bear Life initiative will also provide funding for 50 low-income students to participate in the summer bridge program at UCA.
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Students First Act draws local praise, concerns

News-Press Now 31 Jan 2023
The Students First Act, or House File 68, establishes an education savings account program for K-12 students to receive taxpayer dollars to fund the cost of private school tuition ... Beginning the 2023-24 academic year, all students with a family income at or below 300% of the ...
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Cleveland City Council likely to approve funding for ‘Say Yes’ support specialists for Cleveland students: ...

Cleveland 31 Jan 2023
Say Yes Cleveland also provides full scholarships to CMSD students, but the scholarship program is secure, even if the nonprofit fails to secure funding for the support specialists ... The program was popular among city council members, but a major sticking point was whether the city should be on the hook for funding.
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New fintech education center, start-up incubator and student entrepreneur venture fund launched at University of Utah

HJ News 31 Jan 2023
With six research-focused labs, industry-sponsored projects, an innovation hub and student-focused investment funds, the center aims to unite education and industry to accelerate financial innovation and inclusion in Utah and beyond.
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For 2023, Let’s resolve to end hunger in NY state (Guest Opinion by Jessica González-Rojas ...

The Post-Standard 31 Jan 2023
... SNAP (food stamps)-like program, funded by the state, to give extra grocery funds to immigrants and working poor New Yorkers who are ineligible for federal SNAP benefits.Enact and fund free school lunch and breakfast for all students, with state funds supplementing federal funds.
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WC Foundation names endowment program in honor of Bob Glenn

Weatherford Democrat 31 Jan 2023
The Bob Glenn Endowment Program will continue to give donors the opportunity to leave a legacy by funding student scholarships in perpetuity ... In the Bob Glenn Endowment Program, donors may continue to fund new scholarship endowments that will exist in their names or the names of their loved ones.
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Senate Education Committee votes to introduce bill to repeal Idaho’s Blaine Amendment

News-Press Now 31 Jan 2023
... establish scholarship or other voucher-like programs for Idaho students ... Montana Department of Revenue in 2020 that a state-based scholarship program that provides public funds to allow students to attend private schools cannot discriminate against religious schools under the U.S.
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Colleges should stop hiding how much they cost

Kingsport Times-News 31 Jan 2023
It should insist that colleges stop hiding exactly how much students are expected to pay ... Many schools also send admitted students award letters that calculate the net price they’ll owe after deducting various forms of financial aid, which can include merit scholarships, federal and state government-funded grants, and work-study programs.
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'School choice' is culture-war focus for Kansas lawmakers

Times Union 31 Jan 2023
Kansas already grants income tax credits for donations to funds providing scholarships so academically at-risk students can attend private schools, which is a program Republican lawmakers want to expand ... Her big education initiative is phasing in a 61% increase over five years in spending on public K-12 programs for students with special needs.

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