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Student requests for hardship funding tripled over Covid

BBC News 01 Jul 2022
Of those, 95 revealed how many students had applied for hardship funding - and how many had been successful ... "With soaring cost of living, rising student rent and increasingly insecure employment, it's clear that demand is far outstripping supply when it comes to student hardship funding," she added.
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Sexton, Cochran talk impact of TISA funding on local schools

The Daily Post-Athenian 01 Jul 2022
During the most recent session of the Tennessee General Assembly, a new method of funding schools was passed, called the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) ... Schools are getting this funding, but also getting deference to teach students how you think they should be taught ... “Funding is the right first step.”.
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OP-ED: Higher ed funding necessary to address Pa. labor shortage

Herald-Standard 01 Jul 2022
The state-owned university system would redesign itself, and the legislature and governor would provide more funding for public higher education and its students ... It allows Pennsylvania to build on the commonwealth’s commitment to increase funding for its state-owned universities, ...
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$76B budget heads to Whitmer with a focus on education, infrastructure

Michigan Live 01 Jul 2022
“In addition to prioritizing funding for our students, schools, public health, natural resources, and communities, we are paying down debt, shoring up pensions and setting money aside for a rainy day,” he said ... There’s also $50 million for stipends for student teachers to help pay ...
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Time To Litigate Agency of Education Decision

The Newport Daily Express 01 Jul 2022
The Agency was supposed to enact an education funding model using a block grant formula based on overall student enrollment ... The weighted formula directs extra funding to schools based on the number of students on Individual Education Plans (IEP), students whose ...
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Michigan Legislature approves $76 billion budget, holds off on potential tax cuts

Crains Detroit Business 01 Jul 2022
LANSING — Michigan lawmakers late Thursday approved a $76 billion state budget that includes a $450-per-student boost in base K-12 funding, a big boost in school security grants and sizable additional payments to reduce governments' pension debt ... and at-risk students.
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Michigan Legisture poised to pass budget, hold off on potential tax cuts

Crains Detroit Business 01 Jul 2022
LANSING — Michigan lawmakers late Thursday were poised to approve a $76.7 billion state budget that includes a $450-per-student boost in base K-12 funding, a big boost in school security grants and sizable additional payments to reduce governments' pension debt.
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GOCC's Campus Cupboard receives grant from Midwest Energy

Sturgis Journal 01 Jul 2022
In 2017, the College formed the Campus Cupboard in response to increased food insecurity among its students ...The Foundation was very happy to assist the Student Services Department in seeking these grant funds ... The Campus Cupboard is run entirely on grant funds along with generous payroll contributions from Glen Oaks staff and faculty.
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New state legislation to affect Tennessee schools

Johnson City Press 01 Jul 2022
HB2143/SB2396 - "Enacts the 'Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) Act,' which replaces the basic education program (BEP) as the system for funding education for the public schools beginning with the 2023-2024 school year." ... by the student's sex at the time of birth".
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Roanoke Valley school systems talk increased security for upcoming school year

The Roanoke Times 01 Jul 2022
School board members will discuss implementing some of those measures later this month, with more than $660,000 already earmarked to fund them. Last week, the Roanoke County School Board passed a measure to provide $180,000 for additional student resource officers to watch over the county’s elementary schools.
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Fury as student fly-tippers turn city streets into rubbish tips: Bins in Manchester and Liverpool ...

The Daily Mail 01 Jul 2022
Many university students have left or are in the process of leaving their properties and heading home for the summer holidays ... He tweeted his thanks to the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University who he says have helped fund community skips to be used by students moving out of their accommodation.
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Editorial: Want a trainee to work for you? Pay them

Finger Lakes Times 01 Jul 2022
These college students aren’t any more skilled or motivated than the many who have passed through the West Wing before them ... Students are in more need than ever of money-earning work to help finance their educations as college costs rise ... A fund to pay legislative interns would certainly help, but doesn’t go nearly far enough.
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Want to study in the UAE? Here is all you need to know about applying for a student visa

Gulf News 01 Jul 2022
The UAE has a large selection of international universities, a diverse student body, and a safe environment for students, making it an attractive destination for higher education students. If you have been accepted into a college in the UAE, one of the most critical tasks you must do is finalise your student residence visa application.
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Derrick Richards promoted at Adrian Public Schools

The Daily Telegram 01 Jul 2022
He has led several initiatives while at Adrian including Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), curriculum and assessment alignment, student support intervention programs, federal programming, and the implementation of literacy and math curricula at the elementary buildings.
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Georgia teacher raises, anti-CRT law, needs-based college aid take effect in July

Longview News-Journal 01 Jul 2022
Elementary school students will likely enjoy more time on the swingset and monkey bars thanks to another bill that goes into effect Friday ... Under House Bill 1435, students who have completed at least 80% of their credit requirements and have exhausted other funding sources can qualify for $2,500 to help them earn their diploma.

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