Snyder's Education Cuts

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder talks pension tax before friendly crowd at Grand ... - MLive.com

Wed, 2014-10-08 21:35

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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder talks pension tax before friendly crowd at Grand ...
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Snyder called the claim that he cut education funding by $1 billion a “lie” and “hogwash,” telling the crowd that he "used to use nicer words." “We as citizens dropped our bar of acceptable expectations so low in this political world that that stuff ...
Gov. Rick Snyder and wife read to Kentwood early childhood students, talk with ...The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com

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Guest Post | Practical Tools for Teaching News Literacy - New York Times (blog)

Wed, 2014-10-08 14:42

Guest Post | Practical Tools for Teaching News Literacy
New York Times (blog)
Sometimes they use free educational media materials like these, created and distributed for classroom use by Stony Brook and often featuring journalists and reporting from The New York Times. The lessons are then shared more broadly throughout E.L.A., ...

40 Under 40: Latinos in American Politics - Huffington Post

Wed, 2014-10-08 11:39

40 Under 40: Latinos in American Politics
Huffington Post
As Founder and President of United People for Latinos in Film, TV, and Theater, César works to help infuse mass media that affect employment, healthcare, education, housing, and voting, with Latino voices. It's a huge but ... His job is a laboratory ...

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Can tax reform save struggling Michigan schools, local government from ... - MLive.com

Wed, 2014-10-08 09:40

Can tax reform save struggling Michigan schools, local government from ...
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She also cut the number of full-time firefighters from 14 to six, privatized the city's ambulance service and moved to merge services and police and firefighters. Some Michigan ... for K-12 schools. A 2013 report by John Austin, president of the State ...

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The culture wars are back, and this time, everyone can win - Washington Post

Wed, 2014-10-08 08:03

The culture wars are back, and this time, everyone can win
Washington Post
Donald Wildmon, who had condemned shows like “Three's Company,” threatened a boycott of Pepsi over a commercial the soft drink company cut with Madonna after the release of her “Like A Prayer” album, which Wildmon criticized as immoral and anti ...

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