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Chesapeake is critical to pandemic recovery

The Star Democrat 14 Apr 2021
As health professions students learn in our labs again and student athletes return to competition this spring, we see signs of hope at Chesapeake ... With new grants and funding sources available, more students will receive financial assistance for both transfer programs and workforce training at Chesapeake.
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Lee budget amendment includes sales tax holiday on groceries, restaurant purchases

The Daily Post-Athenian 14 Apr 2021
The proposal includes $500 million for gun safety, a $250 million trust fund for K-12 families facing mental health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, $18 million to improve the statewide disaster communications system and $17 ... "We're 46th in public school student funding.
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Get rich as a renter: 5 ways to build wealth without buying a home

Yahoo Daily News 14 Apr 2021
If you haven’t got all the funds upfront for a college program, taking out a student loan at a competitive rate can help make your dream come true without costing you all your savings. But that assumes you're not already drowning in student loan debt from the first time you went to college.
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Program Involves Local Students In Grantmaking Process

Caledonian Record 13 Apr 2021
A Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund program that gives students from Coös and surrounding counties a voice is accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year ... to provide camperships for 32 Coös-area middle school students to attend their Leaders in Prevention Program in 2022.
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Tooele Tech’s history of growth

Tooele Transcript Bulletin 13 Apr 2021
The number of students has been on the rise in recent years and there will be an uptick in the number of programs in the years to come ... of students in the area ... Starting with 19 faculty and staff, with a total of seven programs, the college served 184 students in its first year.
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Transportation bill clears Senate panel, lawmakers debate budgets, bills

News-Press Now 13 Apr 2021
• SB 1045, Senate-passed legislation to start funding an “advanced opportunities” program for private school students passed 66-1; the state currently offers the program, which pays for high school students to earn college credit while still in high school, only to public high school students.
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Stanford cut its only Cantonese lectureship. Now, organizers are campaigning to secure its future

Stanford Daily 13 Apr 2021
School of Humanities and Sciences spokesperson Joy Leighton told The Daily that following Anderson’s meeting with alumni of the Cantonese language program, the “school has incorporated their ideas about funding alongside several other priorities that best meet the needs of our ...
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Fiscal court continues support of WKCTC scholarship program

The Paducah Sun 13 Apr 2021
In its 12-year existence — it was announced in 2010 though the first scholarships were awarded in 2014 — the program has worked with 1,833 local students to help fund the pursuit of two-year collegiate degrees and technical certifications. About half of those students used funding from the program due to receiving other funding.
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Hazleton Works, new workforce development initiative, begins today

Standard-Speaker 13 Apr 2021
As the program moves forward, facilitators are optimistic that current and future students will benefit through programs that target specific skill gaps. The initiative plans to serve as a conduit for students and parents, exposing them to workforce and career options earlier in ...
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Five ASSU senators are running for reelection. Did they follow through on their 2020 campaign promises?

Stanford Daily 13 Apr 2021
Nichols, who ran on a campaign promise to create a pilot program funding long-term student mental health support off campus, emphasized her current effort to start a mental health and wellness fund for undergraduates to receive funding for self-care and wellness events.
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Oregon Senate committee approves plan to ban preschool suspensions by 2026 over childcare providers’ objections

The Oregonian 13 Apr 2021
Private daycare and preschool programs in Oregon that receive public funds would no longer be allowed to suspend or expel students starting in 2026, under a proposal headed for a vote in the state Senate ... Other publicly funded childcare programs in Oregon already strictly limit or prohibit suspensions and expulsions of students.
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New TU president furthers ties to Pentagon and corporations

The Collegian 13 Apr 2021
Many students are justifiably worried that Carson’s focuses could come at the expense of liberal arts programs at TU ... The university’s funding of these programs comes only at the insistence of students and out of the programs’ usefulness in addition to more profitable fields.
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Sallie Mae’s Latest Corporate Social Responsibility Report Highlights Efforts to Support Customers and Advance Social Justice

The Joplin Globe 13 Apr 2021
Offered relief programs to give customers the ability to pause student loan payments during the pandemic;Provided a $1 million contribution from The Sallie Mae Fund, the company’s philanthropic arm, to local food banks, resulting in more than 900,000 meals and 2 million pounds of ...
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Rebooted program aims to boost traffic safety among kids

Metro USA 13 Apr 2021
For elementary school students, the lessons will likely be part of their physical education classes, and it will be used in some after-school programs, said Tara Woody, the program’s coordinator ... Carroll said the city is hoping to develop a similar program for middle school students.
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BC3 to award 11 new scholarships

Courier Express 13 Apr 2021
... to students in all of BC3’s 56 associate degree and 22 certificate programs, and to students attending all BC3 locations ... Forty-five scholarships are funded by or honor BC3 alumni, Cornetti said, and 23 are available to students enrolled in the college’s Nursing, R.N., program.
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