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September 11, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: agree, Bill, Controversial, COVID19, education, Kentucky, Lawmakers, Work

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Categories: Special needs education

A bill to help schools in Kentucky fight the COVID-19 pandemic was the focus of day two of the state’s special session. The proposal would also withdraw the public school mask mandate at an abruptly rescheduled meeting that lasted only 10 minutes when the committee passed the same bill. That came when Governor Andy Beshear, […]

That meant the Prince Edward County public schools did not have to provide Jackson’s teaching for the Faison Center. “In the case of this story, it seemed like you had a place that seemed to say, ‘No, no, no, we’re not going to pay for this private day school. You can have that extra year […]

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – The natural state reports another day of thousands of new COVID-19 cases and the Department of Education releases new COVID-19 guidelines for the coming school year as Governor Asa Hutchinson rethinks a law banning state and local masking requirements. “The time for talks is over,” said State Senator Jim […]

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Democrats and Republicans scheduled duel agendas in the state Capitol on Tuesday. Republican lawmakers will seek to overturn Governor Tony Evers’ veto of a bill that would abolish $ 300 weekly unemployment benefits. Meanwhile, Governor Tony Evers is trying to undermine their plans by convening a special session to invest $ […]

While the budget, pandemic and the aftermath of the Uri winter storm dominated much of the last legislature, lawmakers made unprecedented strides in aligning education with the labor market that will have long-term benefits for Texan students, employers and the economy. Several new policies will ensure that students have access to the educational opportunities needed […]

While the budget, pandemic, and the aftermath of the Uri winter storm dominated much of the recent legislature, legislators made unmatched strides on questions related to aligning education with the labor market that will have long-term benefits for Texan students, employers, and the economy. Several new policies will ensure that students have access to the […]