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Editorial: N.C. Chamber protects tax cuts over education

Daily Advance 10 Aug 2022
... attack on the court order under the guise that the group’s current chair had not given her permission to have her name listed ... It was a unanimous court that issued the first Leandro ruling that the state failed to provide all children with access to a quality education.

Budget battle continues: appeals court allows school cuts to stay

The Chief 10 Aug 2022
The city Department of Education can temporarily proceed with school budget cuts as planned after a state appeals court Aug. 9 blocked the lower court’s ruling requiring the city to vacate its education budget ... The education budget will remain in effect until at least Aug ... After facing weeks of pushback from parents and educators, Adams announced Aug.

NY court pauses judge’s order throwing out $31 billion schools budget

New York Post 10 Aug 2022
The “automatic stay,” confirmed on Tuesday, paused last week’s state Supreme Court decision to vacate the education department’s $31 billion operating budget until a higher court hearing.

White House hosts UCI chancellor for discussion on abortion rights

Orange County Register 10 Aug 2022
Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v ... UCI Chancellor Howard Gillman said the recent court decision has brought about “enormous challenges” for higher education institutions, particularly for those that house students from states where abortion services are curtailed or banned completely.

UM Leads $10M Project to Advance Native American STEM Education Across the West

The Moore County News-Press 10 Aug 2022
The grant award funds Cultivating Indigenous Research Communities for Leadership in Education, or the CIRCLES Alliance. The alliance is led by principal investigator Aaron Thomas, a University of Montana chemistry professor and director of UM Indigenous Research and STEM Education ... Statements reacting to Supreme Court's decision on abortion laws.

State sues Florida company over management of COVID relief program for students

The Oklahoman 10 Aug 2022
The state of Oklahoma has filed a lawsuit seeking to recoup money from a contractor it hired to distribute emergency federal education funds during the COVID-19 pandemic ... Oklahoma officials hired ClassWallet in August 2020 to distribute $17.3 million in federal Governor’s Emergency Educational Relief funds, a program commonly referred to as GEER.

Anti-union groups spread misinformation to advance their agenda, weaken teachers’ rights

The CT Mirror 10 Aug 2022
With a new school year approaching, corporate interests looking to undermine teachers’ rights are—like clockwork—calling on Connecticut’s educators to abandon their unions claiming that “alternative” unions provide similar benefits ... In the category of preK-12 educational excellence, our small state currently ranks second in the nation.

Michigan prosecutor among colleagues opposing Florida law

News-Press Now 10 Aug 2022
(The Center Square) – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said Wednesday she has joined 15 other state attorneys general in an amicus brief in protest of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act ... District Court for the Northern District of Florida Tallahassee Division.

Opinion | The Supreme Court Wants to End the Separation of Church and State

Politico 10 Aug 2022
As Justice Sonia Sotomayor pointed out in dissent, “this Court has long recognized” that “the establishment clause requires that public education be secular and ... Department of Education, Justice Scalia in 2007 heavily criticized the Court’s 1892 declaration in Holy Trinity v.

Trinamul Congress trains guns on wealth of political rivals

The Telegraph India 10 Aug 2022
Education minister Bratya Basu referred to a petition —filed before Calcutta High Court in 2017, which shot into prominence after the court ordered the petitioner to make the Enforcement Directorate a party to the case on Monday —and rolled out the names of a host of Opposition ...

Mumphord trial recessed during closing arguments to let jury rest

Victoria Advocate 10 Aug 2022
Court is scheduled to begin again at 8.30 a.m ... The charges included 10 counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact, five counts of online solicitation of a minor by sexual contact and seven counts of improper relationship between an educator and a student, according to court records.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board sets Chris Paul Court vote for Aug. 23

Winston-Salem Journal 10 Aug 2022
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education will vote Aug. 23 on whether to name the basketball court at West Forsyth High School Chris Paul Court in honor of its most famous alumnus. The public is invited to offer their thoughts on the court's proposed new name at a public hearing at the same meeting.

PCHS tennis courts to receive repairs

The Blackshear Times 10 Aug 2022
The Board of Education is currently seeking bids for crack repair and ...

Ravalli County Democrats working to protect your freedom

Bitterroot Star 10 Aug 2022
It is so widely espoused that it is maddening and confounding that the Republican Party doesn’t see the hypocrisy in the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade which took away a woman’s constitutional right of autonomy and freedom to make decisions about her own life.

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