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Class act - Fairfaxtimes.com

Thu, 2015-06-11 14:31

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Class act
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Robinson Secondary School technology education teacher Steve Snyder helps junior Lucy Montano in his classroom. Snyder will be the .... Not only does he enjoy staying ahead of the curve, but he also puts his students on the cutting edge. One day, a ...
Detroit teachers union chief takes on Lansing, recall bidDetroit Free Press

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Class act - Fairfaxtimes.com

Thu, 2015-06-11 14:31

Fairfaxtimes.com

Class act
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Robinson Secondary School technology education teacher Steve Snyder helps junior Lucy Montano in his classroom. Snyder will be the .... Not only does he enjoy staying ahead of the curve, but he also puts his students on the cutting edge. One day, a ...
Detroit teachers union chief takes on Lansing, recall bidDetroit Free Press

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Christie blasts teachers unions, colleges 'drunk on cash' - WCIV-TV | ABC News ... - ABC NEWS 4

Thu, 2015-06-11 14:18

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Christie blasts teachers unions, colleges 'drunk on cash' - WCIV-TV | ABC News ...
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"If you are unwilling to show us what we are paying for and (to) permit us to pay for the education we want, then we should prohibit those institutions from taxpayer-funded programs," his speech said. "It is simple fairness and common sense." Christie ...

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Christie blasts teachers unions, colleges 'drunk on cash' - WZVN-TV

Thu, 2015-06-11 14:08

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Christie blasts teachers unions, colleges 'drunk on cash'
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Kansas faced the prospect of deep cuts to schools, prisons and other programs Thursday after the Republican-controlled House soundly rejected a proposal supported by Gov. Sam Brownback that would hike sales and...More >>. Kansas faced the .... "If you ...

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AP PHOTOS: Martial law has anti-mine protesters back at work - KTUL

Thu, 2015-06-11 14:00

AP PHOTOS: Martial law has anti-mine protesters back at work
KTUL
He who works, even if he lacks an education, gets ahead. Why would we want a mine?" Domingo Condori said while taking a break from harvesting rice. Farmers like Condori earn about $4,000 an acre on the crop, which has two growing seasons a year.

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AP PHOTOS: Martial law has anti-mine protesters back at work - NTV

Thu, 2015-06-11 13:52

AP PHOTOS: Martial law has anti-mine protesters back at work
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He who works, even if he lacks an education, gets ahead. Why would we want a mine?" Domingo Condori said while taking a break from harvesting rice. Farmers like Condori earn about $4,000 an acre on the crop, which has two growing seasons a year.

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Ann Arbor schools trustee: 'We are fighting very hard' to raise teacher pay - MLive.com

Thu, 2015-06-11 13:50

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Ann Arbor schools trustee: 'We are fighting very hard' to raise teacher pay
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Stead's comments from the June 10 Ann Arbor Board of Education meeting outlined the board's vision for a financially-sound school district in a difficult climate for public schools in Michigan. The school board on Wednesday ... However, the district ...

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Rival challenges Clinton to say where she stands on trade - News On 6

Thu, 2015-06-11 11:52

Rival challenges Clinton to say where she stands on trade
News On 6
"This is not an educational campaign," Sanders said. "This is not a protest campaign. This is a campaign to win." Sanders acknowledged Clinton is the "heavy favorite" at the start of the campaign but said "we have momentum. And our numbers are growing.".

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin - kwwl.com

Thu, 2015-06-11 10:12

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin
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... participate in referrals that violate their beliefs.More >>. Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday signed a law letting private adoption agencies with state contracts decline to participate in referrals against their religious beliefs, despite criticism ...

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela - 12NewsNow.Com

Thu, 2015-06-11 08:57

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela
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Teachers say they can't make it on the small salaries the government offers, and are tired of the official neglect that affects Central University and other autonomous public universities that were once the jewels in the crown of the nation's ...

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin - 12NewsNow.Com

Thu, 2015-06-11 03:31

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin
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Walker, who attended Marquette University but did not graduate, initially proposed cutting the university's state aid by 13 percent, or $300 million. Budget writers in the Legislature have reduced the proposed cut to $250 million, while still voting to ...

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin - ABC NEWS 4

Thu, 2015-06-11 03:29

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Walker takes on higher education in Wisconsin
ABC NEWS 4
... participate in referrals that violate their beliefs.More >>. Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday signed a law letting private adoption agencies with state contracts decline to participate in referrals against their religious beliefs, despite criticism ...

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Educated Ukrainians flee east Ukraine for new lives in Kiev - KLKN

Thu, 2015-06-11 02:54

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Educated Ukrainians flee east Ukraine for new lives in Kiev
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Educated, middle-class people like Bolot, whose arts center was turned into a rebel training camp and prison, represent a big chunk of those who opt for Ukraine-controlled areas, especially the capital - a serious brain drain for Ukraine's east. There ...

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela - WQOW TV News 18

Thu, 2015-06-11 00:26

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela
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Teachers say they can't make it on the small salaries the government offers, and are tired of the official neglect that affects Central University and other autonomous public universities that were once the jewels in the crown of the nation's ...

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela - KXXV News Channel 25

Thu, 2015-06-11 00:23

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Professors flee, higher education suffers in Venezuela
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Teachers say they can't make it on the small salaries the government offers, and are tired of the official neglect that affects Central University and other autonomous public universities that were once the jewels in the crown of the nation's ...

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House approves $1.2B road package that kills tax credit - The Detroit News

Wed, 2015-06-10 17:59

House approves $1.2B road package that kills tax credit
The Detroit News
Rick Snyder also has publicly opposed tapping the Michigan Economic Development Corp.'s budget to make up for a $1.2 billion ... The Michigan Catholic Conference opposed the elimination of the EITC, which lawmakers trimmed in 2011 to balance the budget ...

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States' Boost To Adult Dental Care Could Help Low-Income Residents - Huffington Post

Wed, 2015-06-10 12:09

States' Boost To Adult Dental Care Could Help Low-Income Residents
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Also last year, California, Illinois, Massachusetts and South Carolina reinstated benefits that had been cut in the years since the recession began in 2007. Indiana began offering ... “Adult dental benefits are caught in a pendulum swing of contraction ...

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Accountability Needs Narrative More Than Numbers - Education Week (subscription) (blog)

Wed, 2015-06-10 11:30

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Accountability Needs Narrative More Than Numbers
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"Not everything is a number," notes Jon Snyder, executive director of the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE), which is designing and advocating for multiple measure accountability systems. The merger of numbers and ... The San ...

CHS graduates reflect on past, embrace future - Port Townsend Leader

Wed, 2015-06-10 06:45

Port Townsend Leader

CHS graduates reflect on past, embrace future
Port Townsend Leader
Pictured (from left, front row) Air Pape-Uphoff, Alyssa Wolfe, Levi Clum, Orion Weller, Joachim Lundo, Colton Shaw, Tyler Hamilton, Alyssa Hamilton, Kiersten Snyder, Lexie Cray, Ashley Kelly, Makenzie Richey; (second row) Kim Wheeler, Jeff Wheeler ...

Detroit teachers union chief takes on Lansing, recall bid - Detroit Free Press

Wed, 2015-06-10 00:16

Detroit teachers union chief takes on Lansing, recall bid
Detroit Free Press
In late April, Gov. Rick Snyder proposed sweeping changes to Detroit's education landscape. His plan would split the 47,000-student DPS into two entities: one that would function only to pay off $483 million in district debt and the other to educate ...

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