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Policy No 4 - Part 1: Education

Vote Rylands                  Folkestone West Division  May 4th 2017

Six of the eight educational establishments in the Folkestone West Division will lose £2.2 million pounds due to the cuts to be implemented to these schools by 2019. 506 more words


Parents rally at legislature against education cuts in Saskatchewan

About 200 Saskatchewan parents who are frustrated with the province’s cuts to education took their concerns to the legislature.

Trista Wilson organized Wednesday’s rally after the Regina public school board said it was eliminating preschool programs for special needs kids because the province cut funding. 241 more words


Saskatchewan school boards say more clarity needed on budget cut

Saskatchewan school boards say there’s confusion over how the government wants them to meet a 3.5 per cent budget cut in compensation to employees.

The boards received a letter last week from the deputy minister of education that says the cut can’t be achieved through staff reductions. 547 more words


Letter from Regina Catholic Schools says support and services will be affected due to provincial budget

Regina parents will need to brace for cuts to their children’s education as the Regina Catholic School Division looks at less funding in its budget. 266 more words


What Now for After School Programs

“It’s heart-wrenching,” said Bridget Laird, chief executive of Wings for Kids, which serves 1,600 children in Atlanta; Charlotte; Charleston, S.C.; and rural Lake City, S.C. She said Thursday that without federal aid, those programs would be eliminated or gutted. 600 more words

After School Programs

You Can't Measure Hope: The Immeasurable Impacts of After School Programs

Most of the country has been reeling this week with the possible impacts of the proposed 2018 budget.  One of the scariest ideas floating around out there? 560 more words

After School Programs

Schools, they want, want to have funds, schools, want to have.....

I try to keep this blog positive in tone, its main aim being to celebrate the world of children with unique genetic conditions and to provide some knowledge and support to those who might be on similar journey to our family. 1,223 more words

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