Snyder's Education Cuts

One week until election: Snyder, Schauer answer 10 questions - WZZM

Wed, 2014-10-29 02:14

WZZM

One week until election: Snyder, Schauer answer 10 questions
WZZM
"The systematic disinvestment in our schools, is the problem," Schauer said at a Grand Rapids forum. "There has been a real cut to the classroom." Snyder insists education funding has increased. "That's a factual statement; it's based on historical ...
Gov. Rick Snyder's record on education is dismalHuffington Post
Candidates for governor disagree on economic issuesDetroit Free Press
EDITORIAL: Re-Elect SnyderCentral Michigan Life
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Gov. Rick Snyder's record on education is dismal - Huffington Post

Tue, 2014-10-28 14:41

Huffington Post

Gov. Rick Snyder's record on education is dismal
Huffington Post
Perhaps the hottest, most debated topic in the Michigan race for governor is school funding. The Mark Schauer campaign claims Gov. Rick Snyder has cut $1 billion from education since he chose to give a $1.8 billion tax cut to business while also ...
MI GOV: Most Polls Show Snyder In The LeadTown Hall
Road to victory over Snyder in Michigan runs through DetroitChicago Tribune

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MI GOV: Most Polls Show Snyder In The Lead - Town Hall

Tue, 2014-10-28 11:17

Town Hall

MI GOV: Most Polls Show Snyder In The Lead
Town Hall
On education, Schauer hit Snyder for cutting funding by $1 billion, which is a contentious claim at best. Snyder stressed innovation in his rebuttal. When taxes were brought up, Gov. Snyder said that the state was in a $1.5 billion deficit, it went ...

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Fact check: Shining some light on school funding debate - Detroit Free Press

Mon, 2014-10-27 17:33

Detroit Free Press

Fact check: Shining some light on school funding debate
Detroit Free Press
LANSINGThe election is a week away and depending on which TV ads they watch, voters are either told that Gov. Rick Snyder cut education funding by $1 billion or that he increased it by the same amount. The claim and counter-claim were made again in ...

Budgets, curriculum and ... Twitter? - Detroit Free Press

Mon, 2014-10-27 12:19

Detroit Free Press

Budgets, curriculum and ... Twitter?
Detroit Free Press
While he shares news and photos from district events, he also often takes to Twitter to criticize current state policies on education and school funding. "Gov Snyder practically called all school boards, teachers, students & parents liars about cutting ...

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Endorsement: In a close call, Snyder better choice for state - Detroit Free Press

Sun, 2014-10-26 00:55

Detroit Free Press

Endorsement: In a close call, Snyder better choice for state
Detroit Free Press
Michigan still spends more on prisons than higher education, and Snyder's approach — which continued the cuts of the last decade and "incentivized" lower tuition by threatening to withhold more funding — has failed to make a significant difference.
Where Snyder, Schauer stand on issues in racePort Huron Times Herald
Snyder has $1.8M, Schauer $1.4M for final campaign pushThe Detroit News
Mark Schauer on the issuesLansing State Journal
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State board of education candidates reveal priorities - The Detroit News

Sun, 2014-10-26 00:30

The Detroit News

State board of education candidates reveal priorities
The Detroit News
Rick Snyder's expansion of early childhood education. Also on the horizon is ... "I am now running for the State Board of Education because I have seen up close the devastation caused by the massive cuts to public education, " she said. If elected ...

Snyder has $1.8M, Schauer $1.4M for final campaign push - The Detroit News

Fri, 2014-10-24 20:22

The Detroit News

Snyder has $1.8M, Schauer $1.4M for final campaign push
The Detroit News
Saul Anuzis, a former Michigan Republican Party chairman, said Snyder has had to use the airwaves to respond to Schauer's campaign claims on education funding, tax cuts for businesses and the economy. "Schauer's willingness to play very loose with the ...
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder outspends Mark Schauer, surpasses his own totals ...MLive.com
Snyder has $1.8M, Schauer $1.4M for final stretchSunHerald.com
Mark Schauer's running mate campaigns in HoughtonABC 10 News NOW

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3 key points from debate between 34th State Senate candidates Goeff Hansen ... - MLive.com

Thu, 2014-10-23 18:22

3 key points from debate between 34th State Senate candidates Goeff Hansen ...
MLive.com
She spoke of the importance of early childhood education and lawmakers' cuts to the Promise Zone college scholarship initiative made during Hansen's term. Forbes said the port issue was inextricably linked to workforce issues. "It all goes back to jobs ...

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Snyder and Schauer both wrong; potential revenue lost to schools is a billion ... - Michigan Radio

Thu, 2014-10-23 07:11

The Detroit News

Snyder and Schauer both wrong; potential revenue lost to schools is a billion ...
Michigan Radio
In the race for governor, few things are disputed more than education funding under Gov. Rick Snyder. Challenger Mark Schauer claims Snyder cut funding by a billion dollars. Snyder has called that a lie and says he's added a billion dollars. They're ...
Bryan Noble · Top Commenter · Western Michigan UniversityThe Detroit News
School officials, Snyder concerned with higher education before electionCentral Michigan Life
Schauer Makes Case to be 49th GovernorMichronicleonline
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Snyder's 'tuition restraint' contains cost of attendance - The Michigan Daily

Thu, 2014-10-23 01:46

Snyder's 'tuition restraint' contains cost of attendance
The Michigan Daily
When Republican Gov. Rick Snyder cut the state's higher education budget by 15 percent in 2011, he also reintroduced a mechanism to incentivize state universities to limit the size of their annual tuition increases. This effective cap on tuition hikes ...

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Letter: Education cuts have had a real impact on schools - Battle Creek Enquirer

Wed, 2014-10-22 17:05

Battle Creek Enquirer

Letter: Education cuts have had a real impact on schools
Battle Creek Enquirer
I am a current school teacher, and I know first-hand the cuts to education are real. Don't be fooled by the misleading ads promoted by the Snyder campaign. They want you to believe all the impacts local schools have felt, such as school closures ...

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Michigan governor 2014: Did Rick Snyder do what he said he'd do? - The Muskegon Chronicle

Wed, 2014-10-22 10:07

The Muskegon Chronicle

Michigan governor 2014: Did Rick Snyder do what he said he'd do?
The Muskegon Chronicle
Reform Michigan's education system: Snyder didn't say in 2010 he'd cut K-12 education funding in his first budget, or that he'd end up increasing state funding by more than $1 billion over his four years. What he did say was that school funding should ...
School officials, Snyder concerned with higher education before electionCentral Michigan Life
Gov. Snyder's karma: Elections have consequencesThe Detroit News
Schauer Makes Case to be 49th GovernorMichronicleonline
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Candidates this November are studiously ignoring an issue that affects 50 ... - Washington Post

Wed, 2014-10-22 06:02

Candidates this November are studiously ignoring an issue that affects 50 ...
Washington Post
More than three-quarters of the public give America's public schools a “C” or lower; 58 percent think K-12 education is on the wrong track; Gallup found earlier this year that 81 percent of Americans called “extremely important” for the president and ...

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Schauer shifts on business tax move - The Detroit News

Tue, 2014-10-21 23:59

The Detroit News

Schauer shifts on business tax move
The Detroit News
Lansing — Mark Schauer has made Gov. Rick Snyder's $1.8 billion tax cut for businesses a centerpiece of his campaign for governor, blaming it as one of the reasons taxpayer funding for public schools is not keeping up with expenses. Schauer has called ...

School officials, Snyder concerned with higher education before election - Central Michigan Life

Tue, 2014-10-21 23:33

Central Michigan Life

School officials, Snyder concerned with higher education before election
Central Michigan Life
Taking office in 2011, Snyder said Michigan faced a $1 billion deficit. The legislature had to cut higher education funding by about 20 percent. In the following years, he said he has continued to increase funding, hoping to return appropriations to ...
Gov. Snyder's karma: Elections have consequencesThe Detroit News
Poll: Two weeks out, Snyder leads SchauerWOODTV.com
Candidates for Governor in Tight Race 2 Weeks Before ElectionWILX-TV
Detroit Metro Times
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Don't buy lies about cuts to schools, no new road cash - Port Huron Times Herald

Tue, 2014-10-21 21:50

Port Huron Times Herald

Don't buy lies about cuts to schools, no new road cash
Port Huron Times Herald
Snyder cut $1 billion from public schools should be put to rest." The newspaper went on to describe the funding reduction ... We all care deeply about our children and want the best education possible for them. Cutting funding to schools would be ...

Corbett wins Greater Latrobe mock election - Tribune-Review

Tue, 2014-10-21 21:02

Corbett wins Greater Latrobe mock election
Tribune-Review
Faculty were polled for the first time in this mock vote, which Snyder has been holding for the past nine years at Greater Latrobe. As students tallied ... Senior Alex Dumnich said he preferred Wolf's policies, especially after Corbett's cuts to ...

Rick Snyder vs. Mark Schauer Nonpartisan Candidate Guide For Michigan ... - Huffington Post

Tue, 2014-10-21 17:00

Rick Snyder vs. Mark Schauer Nonpartisan Candidate Guide For Michigan ...
Huffington Post
Education cuts included lost money from end of federal stimulus. Debate centers on impact of $1.8 billion business and corporate cuts, and how they affected the education cuts and the state's economy. Snyder restored some of the education cuts in more ...

Bourbon entering a golden age; Louisville to profit - The Courier-Journal

Tue, 2014-10-21 13:07

The Courier-Journal

Bourbon entering a golden age; Louisville to profit
The Courier-Journal
"At the same time we have revenue that we need to produce to educate our kids and provide public safety for our people ... so we'll be judicious about it." Beyond the direct ... Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Growth secretary Larry Hayes, from left ...

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