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November 3, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Claims, Disability, education, relief, Tax, Turnaround, welcomed, widely

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Categories: Special needs education

A massive outcry from civil society, parents and educators about the possibility of taxpayers to claim relief for the education of the disabled has led the South African tax office (Sars) to do a complete U-turn. Harmful changes in 2020 and this year, which would have made it impossible for many parents to be able […]

GRANGEVILLE – “A child’s education shouldn’t rely on their zip code,” said Luke Mayville of Reclaim Idaho. Mayville met with about 15 volunteers in Grangeville on Friday, September 3rd. He was in the area promoting the Quality Education Act. Reclaim Idaho’s main organizing tactic is electoral initiative. There are currently petitions for this law and […]

September 2, 2021

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Tags: board, budget, decreased, education, ISD, Kilgore, OKs, rate, Tax

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Categories: Special needs education

KILGORE – Kilgore ISD has adopted its 2021-22 budget and lower tax rate. CFO Revard Pfeffer said the Board of Trustees’ revenue declined last year mainly due to the impact of COVID-19, but the budget for next year looks similar to the previous one. “The general fund income is $ 35,612,844, about $ 800,000 less […]

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 […]