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Michigan Aims to Grow Volunteer Cyber Corps - StateTech Magazine

Snyder's Education Cuts - Wed, 2015-03-18 15:46

Michigan Aims to Grow Volunteer Cyber Corps
StateTech Magazine
Nearly a year has passed since the state officially launched the Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps (MiC3), a growing team of cyber experts from government, education and the private sector, who have volunteered to provide assistance in the wake of a large ...

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Pancakes & Politics 10 years and counting - Michronicleonline

Snyder's Education Cuts - Wed, 2015-03-18 13:31

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Pancakes & Politics 10 years and counting
Michronicleonline
Dozens of Michigan's most famous and influential political, business, educational and community leaders have taken to the stage to tackle tough issues like race, the economy, workforce preparedness, healthcare, the role of women, the status of ...

Ivy Tech Joins Minority Consortium - Inside Indiana Business (press release)

Snyder's Education Cuts - Wed, 2015-03-18 07:23

Inside Indiana Business (press release)

Ivy Tech Joins Minority Consortium
Inside Indiana Business (press release)
"Ivy Tech has the greatest higher education impact on the African-American population of Indiana with more than half of African-Americans enrolled in college in Indiana attending Ivy Tech," said Ivy Tech President Thomas J. Snyder. "We are committed to ...

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Phillipsburg area teachers blame state health care reform for eroding raises - lehighvalleylive.com

Snyder's Education Cuts - Wed, 2015-03-18 06:42

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Phillipsburg area teachers blame state health care reform for eroding raises
lehighvalleylive.com
Pohatcong Education Association President Rick Snyder said teachers at the kindergarten through eighth grade school have also been dealt a blow by the health care reform law. When public employees started contributing to their health care depended on ...

Shell game continues - Sunbury Daily Item

Snyder's Education Cuts - Wed, 2015-03-18 05:32

Shell game continues
Sunbury Daily Item
Business manager Brian Snyder is counting beans that don't exist. Gov. Tom Wolfe is selling cookies he doesn't have. So this time they are ... What is needed is one principal per building, a superintendent that directs elementary and secondary ...

Proposed budget cuts protested at North Warren - New Jersey Herald

Snyder's Education Cuts - Tue, 2015-03-17 22:59

Proposed budget cuts protested at North Warren
New Jersey Herald
Steingall and Murphy's questions were followed by a series of emotional appeals from at least three staff members slated to be cut, including school counselor Marcy Drum, Career and Tech Education teacher Raymond Snyder and English teacher Heather ...

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