A provision I authored was consisted of in the GreaterCollege Committees omnibus expense that permits students who complete associate degrees to transfer into bachelors degree programs without losing credit or taking additional prerequisites. This makes it much easier for students to shift in between a two and 4 year degree at our MNSCU colleges and Read More →

STOCKTON #x 2014; #xa 0; Stockton Unified trustees accepted the resignation Tuesday night of the district #x 2019; s leading company official, who is leaving to act as associate superintendent of company services for the Alameda County Office of Education.Chief Company Authorities Michele Huntoon, who has actually been with Stockton Unified considering that replacing Wayne Read More →

Even wealthier Americans are struggling to save enough for retirement, according to a new survey.The report, released Thursday by SunTrust, discovered that even between households with incomes of $75,000 or more, about a 3rd live income to paycheck a minimum of a few of the time, and one-fourth of those with earnings of $100,000 or Read More →

Majority Democrats in the Minnesota Senate aren’t associating Gov. Mark Daytons plan to send every 4-year-old to preschool, an indication the second-term governors proposition needs a significant push to prosper this year.The Senate education spending plan proposition for schools launched Wednesday includes$70 million in extra school preparedness funding. That would let districts offer more preschool Read More →

The huge concernenigma is still the level to which depressed oil rates will affect our economy. Lafayette’s economy today is reallyquite like a tale of two cities. Retail sales hit an all-time high of $6.4 billion in 2014, and January 2015 was the highest January on record. Lafayette’s joblessness rate is between the lowestthe most Read More →

Jim Bartholomew and Louise Sundin often disagree on education issues. Bartholomew lobbies for the Minnesota Company Partnership, representing the states biggest corporations. Sundin is former president of the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers and previous American Federation of Educators vice president. However on April 10, both supported a costs in the Minnesota Home K-12 Education Finance Read More →

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