Deans and other university leaders say the cuts put further strain on overworked faculty members and will lead to a host of detrimental effects. More cuts are expected to be unveiled in July.
Reform advocates told lawmakers that jurisdictional disparities and spotty reporting stand in the way of improving outcomes for troubled kids.
Guest columnist Kelly responds to Balow’s recent attack of critical race theory by urging the state to teach a full history.
Local districts, free of legislative oversight, are using Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief dollars to fund positions and purchase equipment that some legislators fear will add to long-term costs.
If fears of fast-tracked safety tests and “rapid core melting” don’t give residents pause about the proposed demonstration facility, how about the economic X’s and O’s?