School funding injustices are the larger issue To the editor: The debate over Concern 2 on the November tally (charter school expansion) is growing warmed: charges and counter-charges are flying. And for excellent reason: the stakes are greater than they might appear. While the right of every child to an education is undoubted, the funding Read More →

Kolhapur: The Directorate of Higher Education (DTE) has actually asked the Shivaji University, Kolhapur (SUK), to ensure its affiliated colleges send Management Information System (MIS) information for the 2016-17 scholastic year by November 30. MIS includes info from all institutions in the state which supply higher education in streams like arts, sciences, commerce, education, law Read More →

Escalating tuition and cratering state financing in public colleges and universities is not brand-new news worldwide of highercollege financing. Historically black institution of higher learnings (HBCUs) and other minority serving organizations (MSIs) have actually traditionally been underfunded and under-resourced. The new finance typical is more of the very same. This is why the fast spread Read More →

As kids return to school this fall, think about the exceptional fact that we all add to the education of our next-door neighbors’ kids. While taxpayer-funded college and health care are controversial, you seldom hear the argument that taxes shouldn’t pay for elementary and high schools. In a paper for the Journal of Education Financing, Read More →

Livi Stanford @DC_lstanford TAVARES #x 2013; Lake County School Board members will ask state lawmakers in the next session to replace the current Florida Standards with a nationally normed assessment.Academic experts and School Board members state the high-stakes screening culture is not preparing students for the rigorous coursework in college. Others argue the Florida Standards Read More →

The expense of greatercollege is a questionable topic on the minds of many Americans, especially this election season. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has actually proposed a strategy that would help low-income families pay for college, but recent graduates are currently having a hard time under $1.2 trillon of collective debt.Considering this huge quantity of student Read More →

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Columbia Public Schools Board of Education Finance Committee is preparing to advise a tax levy rollback.The committee fulfilled Wednesday night to review the proposed operating and financial obligation service tax levies for 2016. During that meeting, the committee agreed to recomment a nine-cent rollback to the board.According to Chief Financial and Read More →

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is all set to hear his constituents thoughts on education funding, KMBC reports. A Kansas Supreme Court judgment identified that the states education financing formula was unconstitutional and provided lawmakers until June 30 to find a more equitable financing option. Although Brownback signed a bill to enhance funding to bad school Read More →

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