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CAN DO Community Foundation 2023 fund drive underway

Standard-Speaker 27 Sep 2023
HAZLETON — CAN DO Community Foundation Vice President and Fund Drive Chairman Earl C ... In addition to its service projects, the Foundation also utilizes donations to fund several scholarships for high school and college students, as well as the young student musicians who attend Ferrwood Music Camp.

$2 billion gap in funding

News & Record 27 Sep 2023
... or establish separate land-grant universities for "colored" students, using a "just and equitable division of the fund." ... Cooper and his administration partner with (state) HBCUs to create opportunities for students, advocate for funding and help North Carolina's economy.

Attorney details the harms of waiving anti-discrimination rules for religious universities

Washington Blade 27 Sep 2023
He added, “We also believe that such protections and requirements should extend to students at taxpayer funded, religiously affiliated educational institutions, regardless of whether those institutions claim, or receive, an assurance of religious exemption from Title IX regulations” through the U.S.

Low-income Iowa students to benefit from $26M federal grant

Dispatch Argus 27 Sep 2023
The funding will be deployed to 13 Iowa school districts in which more than half of students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch ... Half of the GEAR UP funding, along with another $8 million in contributions, will go toward scholarships toward college education and post-high school training for students in the program.

Crawford: White wants government to dictate majors to IHL students

The Clarksdale Press Register 27 Sep 2023
Columnist Bill Crawford says State Auditor Shad White is a self-appointed IHL Tzar who wants to take away students’ freedom to choose their majors ... Now he foolishly wants government to tell university students what they can and cannot major in ... Well, it’s not like the state is the big source of funds for those majors.

Harvard Pauses Recognition of New Student Orgs, Leaving Unrecognized Clubs Without Resources

The Harvard Crimson 27 Sep 2023
13 statement from Assistant Dean of Student Engagement and Leadership Andrew Donahue ... Hassane ’26, a student organizer working to start a Kurdish Cultural Association, said the club will need to look toward other sources to support programming because Harvard Undergraduate Association funds are reserved for recognized student organizations.

College and Career Readiness Center 

Independent Newsgroup 27 Sep 2023
The Shiawassee RESD expressed gratitude to the Great Lakes Family of Companies and Feighner Boat Lifts and Docks for their financial commitment to the CCRC which funds current industry standard equipment and supplies, assuring students work with the latest commercial innovations.

Run for the Nurses scheduled for Oct. 28

Cleburne Times-Review 27 Sep 2023
“This event is a lot of fun and we hope a lot of people will consider supporting our nursing students,” said event chair ... “The scholarship fund honors Lisa and provides financial assistance to ABAC nursing students who have the same drive and passion for nursing that Lisa had.”.

Curtis joins WNCC board

Scottsbluff StarHerald 27 Sep 2023
This is due to nearly $23 million of non-tax revenue that was included in the building fund last year ... The total budget of that fund will be around $9.3 million and include expenses such as the ongoing A Pod renovation, utility upgrades in the student commons and various interior and exterior improvements across the college’s campuses.

Gita Gopinath meets Andhra students at IMF

TeluguStop 27 Sep 2023
A group of students from the government schools of Andhra Pradesh ...

Buckley addresses school choice among several topics at Killeen town hall

Killeen Daily Herald 27 Sep 2023
The state also provided $15,000 per campus and $10 per student to assist with funding ... “It is my priority to make certain that we have more school safety funding and school finance,” Buckley said ... of nearly $4 billion in funding for public education that has yet to be committed.

Temple, Belton trustees approve joint resolution on legislative priorities

TDT News 27 Sep 2023
Together, they called for the opposition of the diversion of funds from public education ...Instead, we have witnessed a hijacking of funds that should be allocated for educating the majority of students in Texas and taking care of teachers — all in the name of special interests.”.

Your chances of getting an internship are better if you've already had one

Hastings Tribune 27 Sep 2023
(THE CONVERSATION) When summer approaches, many college students (and their parents) wonder how they can land the perfect internship ... Need-based scholarships – funded by government, colleges or philanthropy – could enable students to take internships that would otherwise be unpaid.

Ohio Republicans work to politicize our schools, destroy power of elected state school board

Democratic Underground 27 Sep 2023
Like many voters, I was fed up with the far right craziness that had infiltrated the ed board at the expense of real issues roiling public education in the state — unconstitutional school funding, under-resourced schools, teacher shortages, chronic student absenteeism, etc.

Citing tensions, LAUSD to restrict where charters and district schools can share campuses

The Los Angeles Times 27 Sep 2023
Charters enroll about one in five public school students within the L.A ... Charter critics, including some school board members, have long said charters undermine district-run schools by siphoning off more motivated families and funding, leaving behind students who are more challenging and expensive to educate.

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