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January 14, 2022

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Tags: Doctoral, education, fund, grant, million, program, special

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Categories: Special needs education

Three faculty members from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s College of Education, Health and Human Sciences — Tara Moore, Associate Professor of Special Education, Zoi Traga-Philippakos, Assistant Professor of Literacy, and Kristen Secora, Assistant Professor of Deaf and Special Education — will receive a grant of of $3.7 million from the US Department of Education’s […]

The North Carolina budget approves massive funding for capital projects at UNCW and other initiatives that benefit K-12 students in the Cape Fear area. (Courtesy Photo by Bradley Pearce / UNCW) WILMINGTON – With the North Carolina Compromise Budget approved, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington will benefit from numerous capital projects and employee […]

November 13, 2021

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Tags: Angeles, Defense, District, Freedom, fund, Health, Los, mandate, School, staff, sues, Unified, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

The public health case for vaccine mandates is crumbling in the face of new evidence that vaccines fail to prevent infection or transmission of SARS-CoV-2 How did we get to a place where our government is comfortable forcing healthy Americans into risky medical intervention to support their families? Have we become North Korea? “ – […]

By Emily Walkenhorst, WRAL education reporter Raleigh, NC – Groups fighting for fairer education funding will tell a judge on Monday how to encourage lawmakers to change laws and spend more on schools. State Superior Court Justice W. David Lee has ordered the state to change the way schools are funded by spending billions more. […]

By Geoffrey Epstein *** FRAMINGHAM – A recent Boston Globe article covered the race for Framingham Mayor, with an emphasis on the mayor’s underdog status and factors related to it: city-to-city transition, the pandemic, old guard opposition “, Council / mayoral rubbish, racial concerns, neglect of the legislature and so on. The main failures of […]

A campaign in Colorado seems to have gotten enough signatures in November to bring voters to a vote that would raise marijuana taxes to fund programs designed to narrow the education gap for low-income students. The Colorado Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress (LEAP) measure would provide low- and middle-income families with a $ 1,500 scholarship […]

June 27, 2021

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Tags: Claims, education, Fall, fund, Georgia, million, short, special

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Categories: Special needs education

ATLANTA (AP) – Just days ahead of a reimbursement deadline, state officials say parents of children with special educational needs claimed just a fraction of the $ 10.1 million state coronavirus aid grant Governor Brian Kemp received Provided for reimbursement has pandemic-related expenses including technology and tutoring. Wednesday is the application deadline, which has already […]