Snyder's Education Cuts

Crain's week in news, May 17-23: Judge allows Conyers to stay on ballot; Ford ... - Crain's Detroit Business

Mon, 2014-05-26 03:10

Crain's week in news, May 17-23: Judge allows Conyers to stay on ballot; Ford ...
Crain's Detroit Business
The Republican-led Michigan House approved spending $195 million to help prevent steep cuts in Detroit retiree pensions and the sale of valuable art, a measure that would link the state with a broader deal designed to end the largest public bankruptcy ...

We want our roads fixed; but no one agrees on how to pay for it - Hometownlife.com

Sun, 2014-05-25 10:13

WXYZ

We want our roads fixed; but no one agrees on how to pay for it
Hometownlife.com
When respondents' first and second choices for spending the surplus were weighted and combined into one set of numbers, roads came in first at 39%, followed by K-12 education at 26%, and a personal tax cut at 14%. While voters are OK with spending ...
Poll: Michiganders want roads fixed, but paying for it an issueLansing State Journal

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Poll: Michiganders want roads fixed, but paying for it an issue - Lansing State Journal

Sun, 2014-05-25 00:31

Grand Haven Tribune

Poll: Michiganders want roads fixed, but paying for it an issue
Lansing State Journal
When respondents' first and second choices for spending the surplus were weighted and combined into one set of numbers, roads came first at 39 percent, followed by K-12 education at 26 percent, and a personal tax cut at 14 percent. While voters are OK ...
We want our roads fixed; but no one agrees on how to pay for itDetroit Free Press

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Indiana ranks 37th in health of senior citizens - Reporter-Times

Sun, 2014-05-25 00:00

Indiana ranks 37th in health of senior citizens
Reporter-Times
But we have de-invested in many traditional neighborhoods and retailers have moved into the suburbs, cutting people off from the physical activity that used to be part of their daily lives.” Stafford said a 2008 survey of 5,000 older seniors by the ...

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Former NY Giants linebacker Carl Banks: If you can't play in the NFL without ... - New York Daily News

Sat, 2014-05-24 16:01

New York Daily News

Former NY Giants linebacker Carl Banks: If you can't play in the NFL without ...
New York Daily News
It should be the team's obligation to inform the players of all risks, of course, but ultimately players must take ownership of their bodies and be educated enough on their own. They always have a choice. Nobody is blindfolding ... If Sam doesn't break ...

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Where things stand on completing Michigan's budget - SFGate

Sat, 2014-05-24 04:32

Where things stand on completing Michigan's budget
SFGate
But recently revised revenue estimates mean there's $616 million less to spend from the $21 billion school aid and general funds than anticipated when Snyder proposed his budget in February. A tax cut already has been ruled out. Once negotiators set ...

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Where things stand on completing Michigan's budget - seattlepi.com

Sat, 2014-05-24 04:32

Where things stand on completing Michigan's budget
seattlepi.com
But recently revised revenue estimates mean there's $616 million less to spend from the $21 billion school aid and general funds than anticipated when Snyder proposed his budget in February. A tax cut already has been ruled out. Once negotiators set ...

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Johnson going around state, getting out message - Alpena News

Sat, 2014-05-24 01:28

Johnson going around state, getting out message
Alpena News
He cited the $1.8 billion tax break for businesses, taxes on pensions and cuts to school funding Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law. Johnson said Michigan voters are universally frustrated by what he called failed policies of the Snyder administration ...

Social services re-funded in budget bill - Beckley Register-Herald

Thu, 2014-05-22 23:36

Social services re-funded in budget bill
Beckley Register-Herald
CHARLESTON — Legislators moved more than $1 million from racing purses Wednesday to fund social services programs that aid domestic violence victims and children, as well as in-home education. An amendment tacked on to a budget bill in the House ...

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Perk Valley school officials seek solution to save teacher jobs - The Mercury

Thu, 2014-05-22 22:26

Perk Valley school officials seek solution to save teacher jobs
The Mercury
Hundreds of district residents turned out to a May 12 board meeting to protest the teacher cuts as well as the elimination of the academic track of classes, early-level foreign language courses and third grade strings programs, among other proposals ...

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Bulletin Board - Saugerties Post Star

Thu, 2014-05-22 17:45

Bulletin Board
Saugerties Post Star
DETAILS: The Jewish Federation of Ulster County is proud to announce that a portion of this year's proceeds will go to the “Emerging Artists of the Hudson Valley” high school art competition. The competition will be open to Hudson Valley high school ...

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Scholarship Scandal: Classmates of Frances Abbott Doubt She Got Scholarship ... - International Business Times AU

Thu, 2014-05-22 16:23

International Business Times AU

Scholarship Scandal: Classmates of Frances Abbott Doubt She Got Scholarship ...
International Business Times AU
REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY). More doubts are ... The furor over the scholarship came out in the open as Australian students hold protests against the proposed budget cuts that could cause tuition fees to increase.

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Michigan court will look at teacher pension law - Education Week News

Thu, 2014-05-22 13:38

Michigan court will look at teacher pension law
Education Week News
School employees hired before 1990 must contribute 4 percent to prevent a pension cut. People hired from 1990 to June 2010 are paying 7 percent to keep their pensions intact. There also are health care changes. Gov. Rick Snyder signed the law as a way ...

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The app that could stop killers in our classrooms - Police News

Thu, 2014-05-22 12:12

The app that could stop killers in our classrooms
Police News
Next week we're rolling out a feature, which will be huge, to allow us to push a text notification to all officers to inform them of a reported school shooting anywhere in the country,” Snyders said. ... school. Hero911 would cut that time to well ...

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Going gluten-free doesn't mean giving up taste - The Topsail Advertiser

Thu, 2014-05-22 11:46

Going gluten-free doesn't mean giving up taste
The Topsail Advertiser
Here are a few suggestions: Muellers spaghetti or Sam Mills pasta, Kellogg's rice krispies, Snyder's pretzels, Pillsbury pizza dough and cookie dough, Glutino cookies, Van's crackers, Betty Crocker cake, brownie and cookie mixes, Bob's Red Mill muesli ...

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Rock Paper Scissors Salon decor spans many eras - The Evening Sun

Thu, 2014-05-22 11:44

Rock Paper Scissors Salon decor spans many eras
The Evening Sun
Cut-A-Thon planned for Arendtsville family who lost their home in a recent fire. By Melody Asper. For The Evening Sun ... The youthful looking Snyder, who could easily pass for a teenager, has been a licensed beautician cutting and styling hair for ...

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Rock Paper Scissors Salon - The Evening Sun

Thu, 2014-05-22 11:32

Rock Paper Scissors Salon
The Evening Sun
Cut-A-Thon planned for Arendtsville family who lost their home in a recent fire. By Melody Asper. For The Evening Sun ... The youthful looking Snyder, who could easily pass for a teenager, has been a licensed beautician cutting and styling hair for ...

Ann Arbor schools budget: Pay freeze, privatizing custodial services now on ... - MLive.com

Thu, 2014-05-22 06:39

Ann Arbor schools budget: Pay freeze, privatizing custodial services now on ...
MLive.com
For teachers in the Ann Arbor Education Association, a wage freeze would mean the three percent pay cut the teachers agreed to in spring 2013 for the 2013-14 year would continue through next school year. That cut would have expired June 30. The budget ...

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Social services re-funded in budget bill - Beckley Register-Herald

Thu, 2014-05-22 00:16

Social services re-funded in budget bill
Beckley Register-Herald
CHARLESTON — Legislators moved more than $1 million from racing purses Wednesday to fund social services programs that aid domestic violence victims and children, as well as in-home education. ... His own budget called for using more than $83 million ...

Live blog: Ann Arbor school board assesses financial situation - MLive.com

Wed, 2014-05-21 17:51

Live blog: Ann Arbor school board assesses financial situation
MLive.com
In the best-case scenario under Governor Rick Snyder's proposed budget, the district would be receiving a total of $55,000 more in state aid next year—an increase of roughly $3.50 more per student. Under the state House and Senate's budget proposals ...

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