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Reclaim Idaho submits 100,000 signatures for education initiative to the state for verification

News-Press Now 07 Jul 2022
Teacher Leah Jones speaks to Reclaim Idaho volunteers and supporters on July 6, 2022, at the Idaho State Capitol ... Passing the education initiative could increase funding for schools, which would allow districts to increase teacher pay, hire more educators and reduce class sizes, Romero Green said.

Governor refuses to disavow Hillsdale president’s anti-teacher remarks

The Advocate & Democrat 07 Jul 2022
Bill Lee declined Wednesday to reject comments debasing teachers by the president of Michigan-based Hillsdale College, which the governor is inviting to start 100 charter schools in Tennessee ... He also pointed out the Legislature has approved pay increases for teachers each year since he took office nearly four years ago. “We believe in our teachers.

At California’s most unusual public school, education is part of the healing process

Recordnet 07 Jul 2022
“She’s just a fun teacher ... School is important, we think you’re going to get better, your life will go on and you will need to learn algebra,” said Julie Pollman, the school’s head teacher and one of its founders ... Of the school’s 11 teachers, four work for the district and seven are funded by private donors.

Toledo Blade: Ohio’s public pension funds need scrutiny

Lima Ohio 07 Jul 2022
It’s time for an independent examination of the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio and the state’s other public-employee pension funds. The fees and expenses charged by professionals paid by the funds require vetting ... It’s a conflict of interest when consultants paid by the funds provide performance reports on investments.

Boston adds pre-K seats with $20M investment

Boston Herald 07 Jul 2022
Wu also said the cash will do toward increasing developmental and behavioral health screenings, creating a “culturally relevant and challenging curriculum” and training teachers. The city also said it’s launching a new “per-classroom funding formula” ...

Education spending claims major percentage of Michigan's 2023 budget

Longview News-Journal 06 Jul 2022
Next year’s budget includes a record high $9,150 per-pupil funding for every public-school student ... Funds are also appropriated for districts assisting support staff on “no-cost paths to become educators” and the Troops-to-Teachers program that pairs mentor teachers with military veterans seeking to become certified teachers.

‘We’re already stretched thin’: NYC teachers criticize massive school budget cuts

The Real News Network 06 Jul 2022
The union representing teachers in New York City, the United Federation of Teachers, has organized against the cuts and is pushing ... “We’re already stretched thin and that’s with the funding we did have,” said Travis Malekpour, a high school teacher in Queens, New York.

Sexton, Cochran talk impact of TISA funding on local schools

The Advocate & Democrat 06 Jul 2022
Mark Cochran (R-Englewood) talked with The Advocate & Democrat about the new funding plan and the impact they expect it to have on local school systems ... “To have a system that will give teachers and school systems funding for what they need in today’s world instead of what they needed in the ‘80s and ‘90s is a huge benefit,” he noted.

KP govt decides to provide transport facility to girls students

Urdu Point 06 Jul 2022
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has decided in principle to provide transport facility to girls' students of public sector schools in far-flung areas under the Parents Teachers Council (PTC) Funds ... The meeting also discussed matters related to reforms in Parent Teacher Council Funds and important decisions were made to this end.

Budget includes major funding for education

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 06 Jul 2022
Total state funding for schools and community colleges will be $128 billion ... 98 funding alone will be $37.2 billion ... Districts have complained that one-time funding inhibits districts from hiring teachers, counselors and aides because they could be forced to lay them off when the money runs out ... • Learning Recovery Emergency Fund.

Watching TV made me realize how challenging it is for parents to guide their children

Life Site 06 Jul 2022
teachers and teachers’ aides have already been arrested in 2022 for child-related sex crimes, ranging from child porn possession to rape, and these are only the cases reported by the media ... Congress must ban federal funding for schools promoting sex or LGBT ideologies among children ... I advocate a slightly different approach to school funding.

Crowded field of Washington County commissioner candidates answer questions

Herald Mail 06 Jul 2022
Substitute teacher ... Adequately funding and budgeting for public safety and emergency services is paramount to being fiscally responsible ... The county requires funding and additional investments to support community needs but we should be prudent and fiscally conservative in our approach ... Fully funding public safety is my number one priority.

4 of 6 School Board seats challenged in August

Gallatin News 06 Jul 2022
In District 1, Republican Tammy Hayes, a retired teacher and community volunteer, is running unopposed for a third term ... We also have to be very mindful of teacher retention which is impacting the entire country and ensure we are listening to our educators on the issues they are facing daily in the classroom.

3 Democrats vying Aug. 2 for chance at Grand Rapids state House seat

Michigan Live 06 Jul 2022
What should Michigan do, if anything, to 1) provide an equitable, quality public education for all students and 2) address the shortage of teachers? ... The differences between the two seemed to come down to funding. Michigan should more equally distribute funding to public schools based on population size.

Statement From The Williamson County Democratic Party

The Tennessee Tribune 06 Jul 2022
... school teachers at an event for charter school teachers ... Our schools are one of the main reasons businesses choose to relocate to our community as well, and we need to be focused on increasing funding and improving teacher salaries and benefits, not calling our teachers dumb.” .

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