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Senator Marty Block (SD-39), chair of the Senate Budget Subcommittee #1 which deals with education financing today issued the following statement following approval of $30 million dollars for disabled and educationally disadvantaged students: I was
Southwestern College's newspaper, The Sun, continued its years-long winning streak by garnering more than 200 team and individual awards in 2012-13, including national championships from three professional and collegiate news organizations. Among its
Two Butler employees spoke during the Butler Community College Board of Trustees meeting about the Trustees' consideration of a resolution to non-renew contracts. The item came about because the college is looking to cut $725,500 from the budget due
Created in 1984, TED is a non-profit organization dedicated to "ideas worth spreading." Its name stems from the three fields of expertise from which it draws it speakers: technology, entertainment and design. The talks highlight education and
Creating reliable (networks) of skilled workers means businesses can site their facilities and expand into communities that have been affected by trade and economic downturns." Harris' remarks Friday morning came during a ceremony announcing $474.5
For Life kickoff April 13 Submitted by Elgin Community College The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Elgin Community College is hosting a kickoff at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at Elgin Community College Alumni Room, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin.
Popular Tags Archives Feeds The fight to save City College comes to Bayview Hunters Point Wednesday, April 3, 6 p.m., Southeast Campus, 1800 Oakdale at Phelps, San Francisco come learn and get involved by Tiny, daughter of Dee, Poor News Network A
Meagan McIntyre, a senior at Sehome High School, has been nominated to be considered for a statewide scholarship opportunity, according to a city press release. In partnership with the Association of Washington Cities' Center for Quality Communities,
Charles Dassance Special to the Daily Charles Dassance, a former college president from Florida, was chosen as Colorado Mountain College's interim president in an unanimous decision by the CMC Board of Trustees...Since beginning the job in the end of
School districts throughout California are weighing the fate of adult education courses that serve dropouts, recent immigrants and others at the margins of the economy as Gov. Jerry Brown proposes shifting the classes from K-12 to community colleges.