Snyder's Education Cuts

Michigan Senate at impasse on tax increase for road repairs - The Detroit News

Thu, 2014-06-05 15:20

Michigan Senate at impasse on tax increase for road repairs
The Detroit News
Thursday's development represents another frustrating turn of events for road builders, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and other business leaders who are ready to accept a tax hike to get better roads. Gov. Rick Snyder is continuing his push for at ...

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State committee OKs university funding boost, limits tuition hikes - Crain's Detroit Business

Thu, 2014-06-05 14:27

State committee OKs university funding boost, limits tuition hikes
Crain's Detroit Business
Rick Snyder and Republican legislative leaders continued working to sign a broader agreement to finalize the $50 billion-plus state budget that begins in October. ... He says it makes a "strategic reinvestment" in higher education after years of cuts ...

Michigan Panel Approves University Funding Boost - WDIO-TV

Thu, 2014-06-05 11:37

Michigan Panel Approves University Funding Boost
WDIO-TV
(AP) - Michigan lawmakers have given initial approval to a higher education budget that includes a nearly 6 percent funding increase and limits tuition hikes to no more than 3.2 percent. A House-Senate conference committee on ... State funding for ...

Michigan panel approves university funding boost - WWMT-TV

Thu, 2014-06-05 11:09

Michigan panel approves university funding boost
WWMT-TV
(AP) -- Michigan lawmakers have given initial approval to a higher education budget that includes a nearly 6 percent funding increase and limits tuition hikes to no more than 3.2 percent. A House-Senate conference committee on ... State funding for ...

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Committee approves Michigan university funding boost - Crain's Detroit Business

Thu, 2014-06-05 10:58

Committee approves Michigan university funding boost
Crain's Detroit Business
LANSING — Michigan lawmakers have given initial approval to a higher education budget that includes a nearly 6 percent funding increase and limits tuition hikes to no more than 3.2 percent. A House-Senate conference committee today voted 6-0 for the ...
Michigan Panel Approves University Funding BoostWDIO-TV

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On the agenda: Land, Peters, Schauer, Snyder talk plans to make college more ... - MLive.com

Thu, 2014-06-05 09:54

On the agenda: Land, Peters, Schauer, Snyder talk plans to make college more ...
MLive.com
Rick Snyder discuss state-based solutions. Michigan higher education spending by the state and federal government is down nearly $500 million from 2000, according to the Senate Fiscal Agency. State spending was cut significantly in 2011 but has ...

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A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy - PR Watch

Thu, 2014-06-05 08:47

PR Watch

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy
PR Watch
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 .... We are very near to reaching the ...

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Dillon HS graduate receives teacher cadet scholarship - WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC

Thu, 2014-06-05 06:10

Dillon HS graduate receives teacher cadet scholarship
WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
"The recipients of the Ken Bower Teacher Cadet Scholarship are among South Carolina's most stellar students who have recognized and embraced their passion for teaching and working with children," notes Marcella Wine-Snyder, Program Director for the ...

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Will Saban still be coaching when new contract expires? - Montgomery Advertiser

Thu, 2014-06-05 00:27

Will Saban still be coaching when new contract expires?
Montgomery Advertiser
According to the Department of Postsecondary Education, the Alabama football program generated $88,660,439 in revenue for the 2012-13 academic calendar year alone. Paying Saban nearly $7 million a year doesn't ... Still, I believe Saban will grow more ...

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A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy - Progressive.org

Wed, 2014-06-04 22:15

Progressive.org

A National Call to Link Arms for Democracy
Progressive.org
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 ...

Philadelphia's Jobs with Justice asks Penn for 6 million in PILOTS to fund ... - University City Review

Wed, 2014-06-04 14:59

University City Review

Philadelphia's Jobs with Justice asks Penn for 6 million in PILOTS to fund ...
University City Review
At the same time, more cuts will be made to special education and school nurses. It is because of this dire situation that ... Penn, "Snyder continued, "is only one of two Ivy League colleges in the country not paying PILOTS." Snyder stressed that the ...

Bankruptcy court approves new appraisal of Detroit Institute of Arts collection - World Socialist Web Site

Wed, 2014-06-04 01:29

Bankruptcy court approves new appraisal of Detroit Institute of Arts collection
World Socialist Web Site
Snyder responded to the vote with a public statement echoing Orr's threat to retirees that they should vote for the Plan of Adjustment or face even more draconian pension cuts. “I clearly encourage everyone to vote 'yes.' Kevyn said it well up on ...

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Coming off the island - Detroit Metro Times

Wed, 2014-06-04 00:17

Detroit Metro Times

Coming off the island
Detroit Metro Times
We don't know yet whether the pensioners and active city workers will vote to accept the pension cuts. Nor has Michigan's Senate yet approved the ... Later, after his untimely death, she followed him in winning election to Detroit City Council, served ...

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Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers - Zanesville Times Recorder

Tue, 2014-06-03 23:41

Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers
Zanesville Times Recorder
Stanton Villa, a 10-bed women's facility for those struggling with addiction, provides 80 Ohio women per year with programming and education helping them to fight their addiction, with an average of 64 woman emerging about six weeks later sober and on ...

Cuts devastate area treatment center - Zanesville Times Recorder

Tue, 2014-06-03 23:41

Cuts devastate area treatment center
Zanesville Times Recorder
Stanton Villa, a 10-bed women's facility for those struggling with addiction, provides 80 Ohio women per year with programming and education helping them to fight their addiction, with an average of 64 woman emerging about six weeks later sober and on ...

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Cuts devastate area treatment center - Zanesville Times Recorder

Tue, 2014-06-03 19:20

Cuts devastate area treatment center
Zanesville Times Recorder
Stanton Villa, a 10-bed women's facility for those struggling with addiction, provides 80 Ohio women per year with programming and education helping them to fight their addiction, with an average of 64 woman emerging about six weeks later sober and on ...

Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers - Zanesville Times Recorder

Tue, 2014-06-03 17:38

Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers
Zanesville Times Recorder
Stanton Villa, a 10-bed women's facility for those struggling with addiction, provides 80 Ohio women per year with programming and education helping them to fight their addiction, with an average of 64 woman emerging about six weeks later sober and on ...

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Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers - Coshocton Tribune

Tue, 2014-06-03 17:33

Funding cuts devastate addiction treatment centers
Coshocton Tribune
Stanton Villa, a 10-bed women's facility for those struggling with addiction, provides 80 Ohio women per year with programming and education helping them to fight their addiction, with an average of 64 woman emerging about six weeks later sober and on ...

Candidates talk tuition, taxes with HHSS students - Haliburton Echo

Tue, 2014-06-03 14:08

Candidates talk tuition, taxes with HHSS students
Haliburton Echo
Johnson pointed to area jobs in the education sector and what those cuts would mean for staff at HHSS, saying four positions could potentially be lost. “You can't build something up by cutting it down,” said Johnson. Scott began by saying she would not ...

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

Tue, 2014-06-03 12:29

Perkiomen Valley School Board appears to save 3 teacher jobs for coming year
The Reporter
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 ...

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