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Finally, it’s payday for BYU athletes

Deseret News 02 Aug 2021
The good First, this new ruling will give student athletes and their families much needed money ... It would be wise of student athletes who acquire big money deals to share some of it with their teammates ... Where there is money to be made the sharks will smell blood in the water and prey on young, susceptible student.
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Schools submit plans for American Rescue Plan spending

Bowling Green Daily News 02 Aug 2021
No doubt, the federal relief money has been a boon, but it does come with a few key caveats. Out of the money local school districts receive as grants, 20% must be used by districts to address student learning loss ... Doing so helps avoid needlessly duplicating services, “and then the money goes further,” she said.
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EDITORIAL: Democrats cut charter school funding

Las Vegas Review-Journal 02 Aug 2021
Students attend class at Wallace Stegner Academy's Salt Lake City campus ... The money helps new charters open and assists successful charter schools in expanding their operations. Of particular concern is helping students who don’t have access to high-quality schooling ... Charter schools don’t have a geographic monopoly on students.
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Horoscope Today, August 2, 2021: See your daily astrology prediction for zodiac sign Cancer, Virgo, Scorpio

Pinkvilla 02 Aug 2021
Your efforts to earn some additional money will bear fruits to an extent. You may have to spend money to lead a life of even modest luxury ... Students will succeed in their projects on account of their valour ... Students are likely to waste their time in unproductive activities ... Students will have to put in some extra effort.
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Colleges in Chennai step up admission security to thwart brokers

The Times of India 02 Aug 2021
Colleges in the city are putting up an extra layer of security in online portals, informing students in advance about admissions before releasing them in public and warning students not to fall prey to brokers. Most institutions say they will reject applications if the involvement of a third party for admission by money and donation is found.
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TN: Colleges step up admission security to thwart brokers

The Times of India 02 Aug 2021
Colleges in the city are putting up an extra layer of security in online portals, informing students in advance about admissions before releasing them in public and warning students not to fall prey to brokers. Most institutions say they will reject applications if the involvement of a third party for admission by money and donation is found.
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Horoscope Today, 02 August 2021: Check astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs

The Times of India 02 Aug 2021
Students may hear good news in terms of academics ... new responsibilities in your job may make you busy. ... Gemini ... You may spend your hard earned money buying worthless stuff ... You may travel to recover your money, otherwise you may lose your money ... Students are advised to go for in depth study to get success ... You are likely to spend money for love once ... .
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Protesters call for Olympics to be cancelled

Yahoo Daily News 02 Aug 2021
"I think the money used for the Olympics should have been diverted to medical workers who are struggling, or students like us to help with the high tuition fees...to really make people happy, ...
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13-year-old Goa boy is manager of millions of dollars cryptocurrency

The Times of India 02 Aug 2021
Last year, at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic’s first wave, Bambolim-based school student Gajesh Naik began creating online educational content ... The Class VIII student of People’s High School, Panaji, is now the creator of PolyGaj, a cryptocurrency money managing ecosystem.
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Xi Jinping’s Capitalist Smackdown Sparks a $1 Trillion Reckoning

Yahoo Daily News 02 Aug 2021
It was mid-June, and the most powerful Chinese Communist Party leader since Mao Zedong was holding court at an after-school club for elementary students in the remote city of Xining. Acknowledging the growing pressure on students and their parents to spend time and money on private tutoring, Xi promised to ease their burden.
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Public Universities Are Leaving Students Trapped in Debt

The Atlantic 01 Aug 2021
As late as 1980, the money that public colleges received from student-paid tuition made up only a fifth of their revenues, on average ... The more students the school enrolled, the more money it would make ... Thomas had already spent his student-loan money for the semester—he paid his rent six months in advance—and had no money.
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Vicki L. Beam: Decide the best ways to pay college bills

Traverse City Record-Eagle 01 Aug 2021
Students are eligible for Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized student loans ... If you deposit a semester’s worth of spending money in your student’s bank account at the start of the term without discussing ways to make it last you may get a text asking for more money sooner than you planned.
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Editorial: How is failure an option? New PED chief must answer lawmaker’s plea: ‘How much ...

Albuquerque Journal 01 Aug 2021
While his comments came in a discussion of progress – or lack thereof – in the education of Native American students, the question is a fair one for all New Mexico kids of every race and ethnicity as the state’s public education system languishes at the bottom nationally in terms of student achievement.
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Editorial: How is failure an option? New PED chief must answer lawmaker’s plea: ‘How much longer do our children have to fail for us to get this right?’

Rio Rancho Observer 01 Aug 2021
While his comments came in a discussion of progress – or lack thereof – in the education of Native American students, the question is a fair one for all New Mexico kids of every race and ethnicity as the state’s public education system languishes at the bottom nationally in terms of student achievement.
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District makes progress, despite state

The Scranton Times-Tribune 01 Aug 2021
For example, the district has used some of its federal COVID-19 recovery money to upgrade the curriculum and provide every student with a Chromebook — recognizing that many students faced challenges from a lack of computer and internet access when the pandemic forced the district ...
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