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January 18, 2022

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Tags: colleges, education, million, Newsoms, Opioids, Pledge, Risks, Warn

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Categories: Special needs education

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered weekdays. California would pour $50 million into educating young people about the risks of opioids and fentanyl under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest budget proposal, which comes as colleges try to educate students about the dangers of these drugs. Opioid overdoses have accelerated nationwide […]

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 […]

Michael Cornale, District 87 Chief Financial and Facilities Officer, explains how districts use ESSER II and ESSER III grants. BLOOMINGTON – Federal, state, and local grants are a huge part of Bloomington District 87’s budget each year, and fiscal 2022 looks no different. The district expects around $ 17 million in grant funds this year, […]

October 12, 2021

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Tags: caregiver, commits, CZI, education, million, Power, student, support

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Categories: Special needs education

“More than ever, it is important that classrooms provide a safe space for students to thrive in, and who better to work with educators to create these spaces than students and their families,” said Sandra Liu Huang, Head of Education for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. “By focusing on the voices of students and carers, these […]

The 95,355 square foot lot is currently listed for $ 3.9 million. Iowa law requires school districts to follow certain procedures for buying or selling real estate. A public hearing is a mandatory part of the process. The board of directors started a survey among parents, staff and community members to get suggestions for future […]

Bowen said money will play for things like tutoring, afternoon programs, Chromebook replacements and repairs, HVAC improvements, and increased cleaning. While enrollment is canceled, the emergency funds can be used to offset the loss of government pay-as-you-go funding. Government funding for public schools is based on enrollment, and prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Longview’s enrollment […]

The Los Angeles Jewish Community Foundation announced today that it has granted $ 1 million to seven local nonprofits working with educational justice issues. The recipients are: Antelope Valley Boys & Girls Club, Bridge Builders Foundation, EmpowHer Institute, Girls Club of Los Angeles, Heart of Los Angeles Youth Inc., and Social Justice Learning Institute and […]

Item body Auburn University has received $ 10 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to lead a national research effort promoting science, technology, engineering, and math or STEM education among disabled students. The scholarship will support a five-year program that will grow over time, says Overtoun Jenda, assistant provost for special projects and initiatives […]

Press releases 02/08/2021 Governor Lamont announces more than $ 16 million in funding to support local special education efforts to recover from COVID-19 (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont and Acting Connecticut Education Commissioner Charlene Russell-Tucker visited Higganum Regional School District 17 today to highlight more than $ 16 million in Elementary and Secondary Education […]

Governor Ralph Northam plans to provide $ 250 million in federal aid to HVAC improvements in K-12 schools, but education advocates and actual school system administrators want more fairness in how the money is distributed and more flexibility in how it is used. The investment in ventilation systems, a recurring focus In the midst of […]

The House Appropriations Committee has approved more than $ 272 million in funds through commitments that would go to projects at 228 colleges and universities, according to an analysis conducted by Inside Higher Ed. The budget commitments include seven of the 12 bills that the Budget Committee has submitted to fund federal ministries and agencies […]