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Music, P.E. Not Going Away in Hazelwood Schools

HAZELWOOD, Mo (KMOX) – Hazelwood parents were up in arms this week upon learning of proposed budget cuts in the school district, but the district says they were, at least partially, misinformed. 274 more words

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Deborah Gist Recommends $920,000 Contract for Boston Consulting Group in Tulsa

Deborah Gist, the former state superintendent of schools in Rhode Island, has recommended a $920,000 contract for the Boston Consulting Group in Tulsa, where she is now district superintendent. 229 more words

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Lincoln Park High Students Walk Out Against CPS Budget Cuts

Today at 9:55 AM, students from Lincoln Park High School walked out of class and met outside in the mall, at 2001 N Orchard Street in Chicago, to speak out against the drastic budget cuts announced Tuesday by Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the intolerable consequences faced by students, teachers and the community as a whole. 275 more words

Why TOPS Matters.

EDIT: If you are inspired by this post and want to make a difference in your world, please consider sending this post to our state legislators. 625 more words

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Week 4 Link: Student Art for NBA Weekend

I have no problem with this: TTC stations display student’s art for NBA All-Star Weekend. What I have a problem with is the constant cutting of budgets for art and sports programs at schools because they are deemed as inferior or not as important as academics. 15 more words

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Is VR hard to describe?

The experience of virtual reality is truly mind-blowing

I strapped a virtual reality headset and headphones on this morning for the first time ever in my life, and it’s almost impossible to describe how amazing the experience is. 50 more words

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UConn warns cuts could lead to closing regional campuses

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — UConn President Susan Herbst is asking lawmakers to spare the school major budget cuts, warning that continued cutting could lead to the elimination of academic programs, sports and the closing of regional campuses. 107 more words

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