Snyder's Education Cuts

Perkiomen Valley School Board appears to save 3 teacher jobs for coming year - The Mercury

Tue, 2014-06-03 09:26

Perkiomen Valley School Board appears to save 3 teacher jobs for coming year
The Mercury
When the board voted for a budget with a potential cut of three high school teachers May 5, it set off a chain of events that included the May 9 walkout of more than 500 Perkiomen Valley High School students and hundreds of students and residents also ...

ATRS Recycling Kicks Off Its First Annual Eco-Army Marketing Internship Program - Busbyway

Tue, 2014-06-03 01:28

ATRS Recycling Kicks Off Its First Annual Eco-Army Marketing Internship Program
Busbyway
In keeping with its tradition of education and community involvement, the company kicks off its first annual summer internship program starting this month. Students from across the nation applied to be part of ... Working with ATRS Recycling this ...

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Dr. Ben Carson for President? (INTERVIEW) - Biography

Tue, 2014-06-03 00:44

Dr. Ben Carson for President? (INTERVIEW)
Biography
Carson credited God, his hard working mother, and the power of education for helping him triumph over poverty and racism to become the youngest head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. ... (Photo: Jeff Snyder/FilmMagic). But ...

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Commissioners approve $117 million budget for FY '14-'15 - BlueRidgeNow.com

Tue, 2014-06-03 00:37

Commissioners approve $117 million budget for FY '14-'15
BlueRidgeNow.com
About $561,700 of that new spending was requested by the Henderson County Board of Education to cover anticipated state increases in retirement and health benefits, as well as to match raises for teachers proposed by leaders in Raleigh. Although the ...

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The Perkiomen Valley School Board agreed Monday to add the positions of the ... - The Times Herald

Mon, 2014-06-02 22:53

The Perkiomen Valley School Board agreed Monday to add the positions of the ...
The Times Herald
When the board voted for a budget with a potential cut of three high school teachers May 5, it set off a chain of events that included the May 9 walkout of more than 500 Perkiomen Valley High School students and hundreds of students and residents also ...

Perkiomen Valley School Board saves 3 teacher jobs for coming year - The Mercury

Mon, 2014-06-02 22:39

Perkiomen Valley School Board saves 3 teacher jobs for coming year
The Mercury
PERKIOMEN — The jobs of the three high school teachers slated to be cut at Perkiomen Valley High School appear to be saved for the coming school year. The Perkiomen Valley School Board agreed Monday to add the positions of the math, English and social ...

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Perkiomen Valley School Board saves 3 teacher jobs for coming year - The Mercury

Mon, 2014-06-02 22:36

Perkiomen Valley School Board saves 3 teacher jobs for coming year
The Mercury
When the board voted for a budget with a potential cut of three high school teachers May 5, it set off a chain of events that included the May 9 walkout of more than 500 Perkiomen Valley High School students and hundreds of students and residents also ...

Commissioners approve $117 million budget for FY '14-'15 - BlueRidgeNow.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 21:46

Commissioners approve $117 million budget for FY '14-'15
BlueRidgeNow.com
About $561,700 of that new spending was requested by the Henderson County Board of Education to cover anticipated state increases in retirement and health benefits, as well as to match raises for teachers proposed by leaders in Raleigh. Although the ...

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Commissioners OK $117M budget with no tax increase - BlueRidgeNow.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 21:45

Commissioners OK $117M budget with no tax increase
BlueRidgeNow.com
It requires commissioners to pull $8.71 million from reserves to avoid a tax increase. About $561,700 of that new spending was requested by the Henderson County Board of Education to cover anticipated state increases in retirement and health benefits, ...

In Montco, making peace between trees, power lines - Philly.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 09:24

Philly.com

In Montco, making peace between trees, power lines
Philly.com
Unbeknownst to Todd Hilsee, the power company's chain saws had just cut down 189 trees on his grandmother's property when he sat down with Upper Pottsgrove Township officials to discuss how to save it from development. It was a 17-acre ... Snyder Road ...

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John Kasich: The Ohio Enigma - Insurance News Net

Mon, 2014-06-02 08:54

John Kasich: The Ohio Enigma
Insurance News Net
The governor has presided over new abortion restrictions, limits on voting participation, curbs on food stamps, income tax cuts that benefit the wealthy, and large cuts to local government and education. He has also passed the state's first earned ...

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WSW: State House Democratic Candidate Dave Buskirk - WMUK

Mon, 2014-06-02 08:33

WSW: State House Democratic Candidate Dave Buskirk
WMUK
But he says the tax structure should be changed so school funding is not cut. Education. Buskirk says not enough money earmarked for education is getting into the classroom. He says the core curriculum is a ... The interview with Buskirk was recorded ...

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Lewis Katz, 'The most unique man I ever met' - Philly.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 05:25

Philly.com

Lewis Katz, 'The most unique man I ever met'
Philly.com
Mr. Katz' reach, influence and ideas touched almost every sphere of local public life, from media, to law, to politics, to health care, to education and philanthropy. His death occurred four days after he and fellow investor H. F. ... The son cut him ...

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Do Knoxville: A guide to art exhibits, clubs and events - Knoxville.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 04:01

Do Knoxville: A guide to art exhibits, clubs and events
Knoxville.com
Bill Snyder and Freddie Brabson will play Wurlitzer Organ. Lunch, $5. Info: 865-684-1200; www.tennesseetheatre.com. University of Tennessee School of Music, pianist Anton Nel concert: 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 2, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, 1741 ...

In Montco, making peace between trees, power lines - Philly.com

Mon, 2014-06-02 03:05

Philly.com

In Montco, making peace between trees, power lines
Philly.com
Unbeknownst to Todd Hilsee, the power company's chain saws had just cut down 189 trees on his grandmother's property when he sat down with Upper Pottsgrove Township officials to discuss how to save it from development. It was a 17-acre ... Snyder Road ...

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy - Truth-Out

Sat, 2014-05-31 12:45

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy
Truth-Out
As manufactured austerity and deep cuts to essential social services continue, Wall Street banks and US multinational corporations remain the true welfare queens. In 2013, corporate tax breaks amounted to $176 billion. Incredibly, companies like ...

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A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy - Truth-Out

Sat, 2014-05-31 12:45

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy
Truth-Out
As manufactured austerity and deep cuts to essential social services continue, Wall Street banks and US multinational corporations remain the true welfare queens. In 2013, corporate tax breaks amounted to $176 billion. Incredibly, companies like ...

Mackinac Policy Conference devotes attention to education - The Michigan Daily

Sat, 2014-05-31 11:53

Mackinac Policy Conference devotes attention to education
The Michigan Daily
Governor Rick Snyder (R), who is up for re-election in November, has drawn sharp criticism for cuts to higher education funding early in his term. In his administration's first budget, he cut allocations to the state's institutions of higher education ...

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The Redskins don't use their name as a racial slur - Riggo's Rag

Sat, 2014-05-31 07:45

The Redskins don't use their name as a racial slur
Riggo's Rag
But maybe if some people could give a logical and compelling argument against the use of the name without resorting to telling fans and Snyder how idiotic and silly they are, then maybe he just might listen. trinity. Once again you're leaving out a ...

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Feedback: Maximum debate over Michigan minimum wage hike - Detroit Free Press

Fri, 2014-05-30 22:59

Feedback: Maximum debate over Michigan minimum wage hike
Detroit Free Press
Rick Snyder signed bills that would raise the minimum wage to $9.25 an hour by 2018. The legislation replaces Michigan's minimum-wage law, rendering a potential ballot ... How about creating jobs that pay more for those who want to work and get an ...

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