School Funding

Hawai’i Ulu farms get boost from Kamehameha schools

Photo courtesy of Kamehameha Schools. (BIVN) – The Hawai’i ‘Ulu Co-operative is the Kamehameha Schools’ first investment to strengthen food self-sufficiency in Hawai’i, as part of a larger fundraising effort of $ 10 million. Kamehameha schools recently shared a press release detailing the newly established Food Systems Fund and the …

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State comptroller takes legal action to block Leandro’s funding order

RALEIGH – State Comptroller Linda Combs is going to court to block a recent ruling in the long-running Leandro School funding case. Combs filed a motion Wednesday asking the North Carolina Court of Appeals to issue a “writ of prohibition.” The writ would block an order by retired Union County …

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School funding: NAO calls for inquiry into academy trust surplus

An official investigation should be launched to determine why more than a fifth of university trusts accumulate reserves worth 20% or more of their annual income and “spend less” on their students, the National Audit said today. Office. In a new report released today, the watchdog says the Education and …

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Joseph Himle recommended as Acting Dean of the School of Social Work

Joseph A. Himle, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at the School of Social Work, will assume the role of Interim Dean of the school effective January 1, 2022. Her appointment, awaiting approval from the Board of Regents on December 9, is recommended by Susan M. Collins, Senior Vice-President and Executive …

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Orica Funding Platform Partners with NGO to Use NFTs to Build School in Uganda By Cointelegraph

The growing number of social impact projects using digital art to raise funds for charitable causes marks a powerful development in the non-fungible token (NFT) space. One of those projects leveraging technology for social good is Orica, an ethical fundraising platform that supports artists and social impact organizations, or SIOs, …

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Specialized schools struggle to retain staff

NEW YORK – Danielle Ruggiero is a teacher-in-training at Eden II, a Staten Island school for children with autism. “I took over this class over a year ago now,” said Ruggiero, whose class includes students aged 15 to 17. “I just fell in love with it since then. “ What …

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Philly City Council Restores Funding For Film Bureau After Year Of Zero Budget

?? Do you like Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia every day. After a year of pay cuts and advocacy with elected officials, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office is no longer the only film commission in a major …

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Google announces funding for Wick, the ASU Cronkite School research project

Wick Communications is partnering with Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on a Google-supported project to research strategies to facilitate healthy online discourse. The Voices Listening Project, one of 25 projects included in the third project of the Google News Initiative Innovation challenge in North …

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