Snyder's Education Cuts

Letters: Support Library Week April 12-18 - Hometownlife.com

Wed, 2015-04-08 00:16

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Letters: Support Library Week April 12-18
Hometownlife.com
The library also provides so many programs for community enjoyment, starting with Read to Me, a program for our littlest tots; Story Time; educational programs to assist our patrons with their newest electronic devices; and various speakers on subjects ...

Advocates for Higher Spending for Schools Don't Account for All Revenues ... - Michigan Capitol Confidential

Tue, 2015-04-07 06:37

Michigan Capitol Confidential

Advocates for Higher Spending for Schools Don't Account for All Revenues ...
Michigan Capitol Confidential
“School officials repeatedly ignore billions of additional education spending in Michigan,” said James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. “They need to stop complaining about illusory cuts and ...

Who supports, and opposes, Proposal 1 - Bridge Michigan

Tue, 2015-04-07 06:05

Bridge Michigan

Who supports, and opposes, Proposal 1
Bridge Michigan
Rick Snyder's first budget cut it to the smaller amount. The MLPP ... The interests of some, like the Michigan Concrete Association and Michigan Education Association, are obvious – both road builders and schools also benefit under Proposal 1. Others ...

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Mon, 2015-04-06 08:09

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North Bay Business Journal
The streets identified for replacement lights are those with the most traffic and include Rohnert Park Expressway, Commerce Boulevard, State Farm Drive, Snyder Lane, Redwood Drive, Business Park Drive, Labath Avenue, Golf Course Drive, Southwest ...

Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1 - Holland Sentinel

Sun, 2015-04-05 02:27

Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1
Holland Sentinel
Prop 1 plays into Snyder's platform by cutting higher education — meaning the state's public universities — out of SAF appropriations. Instead, all those moneys would be constitutionally guaranteed for K-12 schools, community colleges and career ...

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Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1 - Holland Sentinel

Sun, 2015-04-05 02:27

Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1
Holland Sentinel
Prop 1 plays into Snyder's platform by cutting higher education — meaning the state's public universities — out of SAF appropriations. Instead, all those moneys would be constitutionally guaranteed for K-12 schools, community colleges and career ...

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Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1 - HollandSentinel.com

Sun, 2015-04-05 02:13

Our View: Schools are the forgotten talking point of Proposal 1
HollandSentinel.com
Prop 1 plays into Snyder's platform by cutting higher education — meaning the state's public universities — out of SAF appropriations. Instead, all those moneys would be constitutionally guaranteed for K-12 schools, community colleges and career ...

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Snyder should embrace school panel proposals - Crain's Detroit Business

Sat, 2015-04-04 12:11

Snyder should embrace school panel proposals
Crain's Detroit Business
Snyder has invested more of his political capital into helping Detroit become sustainable than any of his predecessors. Detroit's economy, population growth and future rest on fixing schools. The coalition, which cut a broad swath through Detroit's ...

Ken Braun: Proposal 1 proponents aren't treating their own argument seriously - MLive.com

Sat, 2015-04-04 07:04

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Ken Braun: Proposal 1 proponents aren't treating their own argument seriously
MLive.com
A simple Proposal 1 would offer to fix roads, identify a payment method (tax increase and/or budget cuts), and nothing more. Instead, it is a $2 billion annual tax hike dedicated ... Snyder and others that there will be no 'plan B' if Proposal 1 goes ...

Saturday Shorts: Skip vaccines? Get sent home - The Detroit News

Sat, 2015-04-04 00:18

The Detroit News

Saturday Shorts: Skip vaccines? Get sent home
The Detroit News
Rick Snyder's efforts to make Michigan more business friendly are working. The state has created nearly 400,000 private jobs since late 2010, with the unemployment rate now nearly cut in half since that time, according to the federal Bureau of Labor ...

Grand Rapids, school leaders to tag-team lawmakers on top priorities - MLive.com

Fri, 2015-04-03 14:34

MLive.com

Grand Rapids, school leaders to tag-team lawmakers on top priorities
MLive.com
The owners of Plaza Towers installed a temporary gate to block off a pedestrian cut through the flood wall along the Grand River next to the Blue Bridge.The threat of severe flooding along the river ... affairs director for the city of Grand Rapids ...

READ IN: Leaving Lausanne Edition - Washington Post (blog)

Fri, 2015-04-03 08:12

READ IN: Leaving Lausanne Edition
Washington Post (blog)
Officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services say the Senate has until April 15 -- two days after they return from Spring recess -- to pass the Doc Fix bill before doctors face 21 percent cuts in payments for services to Medicare patients ...

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Doug's Rant - Santa Clarita Gazette (satire) (press release) (blog)

Thu, 2015-04-02 14:46

Santa Clarita Gazette (satire) (press release) (blog)

Doug's Rant
Santa Clarita Gazette (satire) (press release) (blog)
(Michael Snyder, author of “The Beginning of the End”). “Sadly, the truth is that Americans are stupid. Our education system is an abysmal failure, and our young people spend most of their free time staring at the television, their computers or their ...

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Rise & Shine - Chalkbeat New York

Thu, 2015-04-02 07:27

Rise & Shine
Chalkbeat New York
While the teachers unions have stopped short of endorsing parents deciding to opt their children out of taking state tests, the state teachers union president changed that Monday when she said she “would urge parents” to opt out. And with the comments ...

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Editorial: Vote Yes on Prop 1 - The Detroit News

Thu, 2015-04-02 00:01

The Detroit News

Editorial: Vote Yes on Prop 1
The Detroit News
And yes, it would be ideal if cuts here and there in the budget could generate the $1.2 billion needed for roads. But those pushing that solution are disingenuous; that kind of money doesn't exist in the $9.5 billion general fund, without sharply ...

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Judge uses gruesome imagery to send important message - WDIV Detroit

Wed, 2015-04-01 23:38

WDIV Detroit

Judge uses gruesome imagery to send important message
WDIV Detroit
National · Politics · Health · Education · Tech · Video · GM Investigation · Detroit Bankruptcy · I Have The Drive · Business · Ruth To The Rescue · Taxes · Recalls · Auto · Real Estate · Shopping ... MESSAGE, LOUD AND CLEAR. JUST ASK MATHEW SNYDER ...

Leaving the mud at home - Kenosha News

Wed, 2015-04-01 19:04

Leaving the mud at home
Kenosha News
“I think the community in general is more calm about what seems to be going on in education; I'm not sure why,” Snyder said. ... “I think part of it is that the problems are so stark, the cuts in funding so dramatic, that it overrides everything else ...

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Sen. Peters meets the troops at the 110th Attack Wing - DVIDS (press release) (registration)

Wed, 2015-04-01 16:27

Sen. Peters meets the troops at the 110th Attack Wing
DVIDS (press release) (registration)
He noted that there were 631 job cuts from Michigan, compared to 1,069 for all other states combined. He also ... Further, the program matches with Snyder's education incentives that resulted in the 110th partnering with WMU, CMU, KCC and Siena Heights.

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5 students in drug case readmitted to Ronan High School - Ravalli Republic

Wed, 2015-04-01 13:02

Ravalli Republic

5 students in drug case readmitted to Ronan High School
Ravalli Republic
Kaleva cited the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, as well as a 2007 Montana Supreme Court decision involving two students in Cut Bank who shot other students with plastic BBs on school grounds. “In the Cut Bank decision, the issue was what ...

Madison Park students score in White House film festival - BayStateBanner

Wed, 2015-04-01 12:56

BayStateBanner

Madison Park students score in White House film festival
BayStateBanner
From Front Right to Left--Sherrine Aubourg, Jalijah Aubry, Toni-Dee Clarke, Krismonte Allen, DeLuisa SePina, Anais Lozada, Sumaya Abdi, Rachel Gilet. From back Right to left--Tajae Smith, Joshua Rosado, Tamara Fils-Aime, Tiana Brown, Beza Tadess.

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