News EDU

Legislators want to see cuts before new revenue for education

“It’s a hard sell as it is,” Sen. Ray Peterson, R-Cowley, said of tax proposals that have been tossed around. “It will be an even harder sell if the schools and the education committee and recalibration committee come forward with no reductions. Because the citizens will say — I promise you — the citizens will …

Legislators want to see cuts before new revenue for educationRead More »

Grant to help Northeast Florida working poor with financial education, taxes

Posted July 25, 2017 09:42 am | Updated 11 minutes ago By Other recent Jessie Ball duPont Fund grants awarded in the Jacksonville area: • $77,400 to American Heart Association for a grassroots wellness program for 2,000 residents of Jacksonville’s Health Zone 1, in North Jacksonville. • $64,250 to Mental Health America of Northeast Florida …

Grant to help Northeast Florida working poor with financial education, taxesRead More »

Parents: School renovations unfair to special education students

SOLANA BEACH, Calif. (KGTV) — Parents upset about the new portable classrooms for special education students in the San Dieguito Union High School District will meet with school officials later this week. A public forum for parents, board members, and the superintendent is scheduled for Friday morning at the newly renovated Earl Warren Middle School …

Parents: School renovations unfair to special education studentsRead More »

A Third-Party Perspective on Education

Access Denied You don’t have permission to access “http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-07-25/delaware-governor-markell-third-parties-are-key-to-state-education-plans” on this server. Reference #18.8ceb7068.1500984192.3b19579 Source link قالب وردپرس

Education laws need retooling for changing demographics

Popular opinion suggests that caregivers, educators, and students have an equal role to play in the academic achievement of students. However, according to an annual survey of “Black and Latino Parents and Families on Education and Their Children’s Future” facilitated by the Leadership Conference Fund, Black and Latino parents do not feel that educators, or …

Education laws need retooling for changing demographicsRead More »

'Saving cities' often costs education, jobs and justice

This week St. Louis hosts the National Urban League’s national conference, the theme of which is “Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs and Justice.” These are important topics to address, and Missouri is a good place in which to do so. Unfortunately, many of the economic development policies adopted to save cities come at the expense …

'Saving cities' often costs education, jobs and justiceRead More »

Sedalia 200 Board of Education approves policies, programs for upcoming school year

With only five weeks before the start of school Aug. 24, Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education members made decisions for the upcoming school year during Monday night’s meeting. As described in the statement of philosophy included in the district’s student discipline code handbook, the district has the “responsibility granted by the state, to …

Sedalia 200 Board of Education approves policies, programs for upcoming school yearRead More »