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Berkeley students willingly pledge money to the Taliban in shocking video

New York Post 21 Oct 2021
“That was one of the most difficult moments for me,” Horowitz said, noting how willing the students — who spend up to $70,000 to attend the prestigious school — were to throw their money to terror ... Filmmaker Ami Horowitz was shocked at how many students were willing to pledge money to help the terror organization.
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The federal government gave billions to schools for COVID relief — where did the money go?

Alternet 21 Oct 2021
In the year and a half since millions of children were sent home, the Education Department has done only limited tracking of how the money has been spent ...There is a responsibility to the public to make sure the funds are spent responsibly, but also make sure that the funding that is spent is accountable to supporting students and educators.".
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N.J. college says it may shut down if it doesn’t get financial help

NJ dot com 21 Oct 2021
“The Board of Trustees and Bloomfield College’s administration are exploring all options to support our students and remain open in order to continue the college’s core mission ... Marcheta Evans, the college’s president, outlined the school’s money problems and enrollment declines in a town hall meeting for students and staff earlier this week.
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Colleges reopen, but attendance low; online lectures continue

The Times of India 21 Oct 2021
As it is mandatory for students returning to the campuses to have taken both doses of the vaccine, the attendance was on the lower side. Moreover, many students want to return to offline classes only after Diwali ... Some of our friends who had taken one dose too were not allowed,” said Rahi (name changed), a student of a college in Nashik city.
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171 sanctioned Rs 11.81 crore at edu loan mela

The Times of India 21 Oct 2021
As many as 171 students benefited from the ‘Education loan mela’ organized by the district administration on Wednesday with a total of Rs 11.81 crore sanctioned for them in a single day ... Instead of borrowing money from someone, getting educational loan is better,” said S Shyamala Devi, a student.
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Foundation to honor 2 THS alums, raise funds for teacher grants

TDT News 21 Oct 2021
“I think their careers in the arts and technology is the perfect display of the education Wildcat students receive in Temple schools ... “The primary benefactor of this event is our students and staff,” he said. “The event is really about raising the money for student scholarships and money for innovative teaching grants.”.
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Maha teacher quizzed on hawala money

The Times of India 21 Oct 2021
Maha teacher quizzed on hawala money ... Sheikh claimed he had sent the money to Ashraf, Basheer and Manzoor, residents of J&K, to help them buy ration kits for the poor,” said a SIT member, adding that investigators are now trying to ascertain where the money was utilized actually.
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RE1J feels stress of mask mandate lawsuit and staff shortages

Crested Butte News 21 Oct 2021
The plaintiffs are David Justice, a Gunnison community member, Tomas Gomez, parent of two students at Crested Butte Community School, and Michael Spritzer and McKenna Basara, parents of a student at Lake School ... “Resources are not just money. Leslie is in charge of 2,000 students and 400 employees.
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NYSPHSAA says high school athletes can profit from name and image. What we know

The Leader 21 Oct 2021
Student-athletes who land endorsements are not allowed to appear in the uniform of his or her school for the endorsement ... The tweet by NYSPHSAA includes an acknowledgement that the organization is not able to prevent a student-athlete from receiving endorsements, gifts, money or financial backing in general.
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Best Bond song ever? Louis Armstrong’s ‘We Have All the Time in the World’ was in 1969’s ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’

Albuquerque Journal 21 Oct 2021
Q ... A ... 4 ... 18 ... How about setting a number of appearances instead of letting a person go on and on and on? Two or three weeks should certainly be enough to amass a lot of money.   “Jeopardy!” contestant Matt Amodios’ historic run on the show has ended, leaving the Yale doctoral student with 38 wins and more than $1.5M in prize money.
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Best Bond song ever? Louis Armstrong’s ‘We Have All the Time in the World’ was ...

Albuquerque Journal 21 Oct 2021
Q ... A ... Q ... A ... 4 ... 18 ... Q ... How about setting a number of appearances instead of letting a person go on and on and on? Two or three weeks should certainly be enough to amass a lot of money. “Jeopardy!” contestant Matt Amodios’ historic run on the show has ended, leaving the Yale doctoral student with 38 wins and more than $1.5M in prize money ... .
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The pandemic has sent Gen Z on a quest for individualism: study

Live Mint 20 Oct 2021
“As a trusted brand, enabling movement of money for a better world with our inbound and outbound cross-border money transfer capabilities, we undertook this research to better understand students’ goals and aspirations as they navigate this journey with their families.".
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Lawmakers seek more funds for recovery high schools

Gloucester Times 20 Oct 2021
A proposal heard Monday by the Legislature's Education Committee would divert more state money to students enrolled in the program, ensuring they have access to Chapter 70 education funds to pay for transportation to school and to meet high school graduation requirements as they continue with their recovery.
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Atlanta Students Protest for Better Housing and More Funding for HBCUs

The Tennessee Tribune 20 Oct 2021
Students posted signs that read, “All Students Need Housing ... Atlanta University Center students pay up to $7,000 a semester for student housing, but a larger percentage of those students borrow money to pay tuition and other fees ... Donations have increased in the last year, but much of the money has been directed toward student scholarships.
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Mattke wins $500 "We Love Teachers" prize

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise 20 Oct 2021
Mattke, who teaches 6th grade English and Language Arts at Central Middle School, plans to use her prize money for “a little bit of fun, a little bit of necessity, and a way to make sure the impact of the money can impact not just the students who are in my classroom right now, but also the future students who will be there.”.
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