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Nevada Governor Sisolak Focuses on Education and Jobs in the State

CARSON CITY – Gov. Steve Sisolak proposed to significantly increase funding for health care and education in Nevada, including a 3% increase in teachers' salaries, and expressed his desire to increase salary minimum his first speech on the state of… Continue Reading →

Latest News: Sisolak wants salary increases for a teacher and a state employee

The news on the state of the Nevada Government, Steve Sisolak: 18.30. Nevada's governor, Steve Sisolak, said he wanted to dedicate a portion of a 10% tax on marijuana to safety in schools. The Democrat said Wednesday in his State… Continue Reading →

Former Duval teacher / trainer banned by the state after sexual contact with a student

A former paraprofessional coach and women's basketball coach from Duval County Public Schools, accused of having kissed and fondled a Grade 12 student from Westside High School, was deprived of his teaching credentials. 39; State. The State Educational Practices Commission… Continue Reading →

Hockey College: St. Cloud State erases UMD debut in separate series

St. Cloud State, coached by former Bulldogs player and assistant coach, Brett Larson, entered the weekend with eight points over UMD (12-6-2 overall, 5- 4-1 at NCHC) and seven on the second rank in western Michigan. The Huskies (15-3-2, 7-1-2)… Continue Reading →

WND EXCLUSIVE Chicago State pays $ 650,000 to settle 1st Amendment fight A threatened teacher blog that criticized the school administration

It cost Chicago State University $ 650,000 to settle the First Amendment dispute against officials who threatened a university blog criticizing the school's administration. the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education said the lawsuit was part of his "Stand up… Continue Reading →

Governor of Utah appoints NAACP businessman and vice-president to state board

Governor Gary Herbert has appointed a longtime business man on the Utah Education Council, replacing a seasoned teacher – and one of the members the most liberal – who resigned mid-term after winning a seat in the state Senate. Shawn… Continue Reading →

Hudson selectmen seeks information on the state of the school headquarters building

Electricians are asking school officials to appear before them to discuss the state of 120-year-old Apsley Street School Headquarters and the need to repair the building. HUDSON – Selectmen wants more information from school officials about the aging state of… Continue Reading →

Lakewood Schools: Judge Challenges NJ Funding and Will not Let State Kill Trial

Stacey Barchenger Asbury Park Press Posted at 7:25 pm EST on January 9, 2019 The efforts of a Lakewood math teacher to obtain more public funds for the troubled school district have survived a legal challenge from the state. And… Continue Reading →

The existence of the Indiana State Board of Education is at the center of concern

Arika Herron Indianapolis Star Posted at 5:49 pm EST on January 8, 2019 The state's representative, Ed Delaney, has tabled a bill to eliminate the state education council of the state of Indiana, claiming that it did not meet "a… Continue Reading →

GOP state focuses on teacher compensation

INDIANAPOLIS – Republicans in the House on Monday outlined their vision for the 2019 legislative session, highlighted by an effort to increase teachers' salaries. Also at the top of the list are the adoption of a balanced budget and new… Continue Reading →

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