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Opinion: Jim Martin: NCAA fouls its women athletes

Daily Camera 11 Apr 2021
No money for any of the women’s squads, according to Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post ... This includes more than just money; it’s also about benefits and opportunities, particularly in postseason play ... Congress already has been considering whether or not they should step in to allow student-athletes to profit off their fame.
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University System Seeking Input in Implementing Campus Carry

Flathead Beacon 11 Apr 2021
It’s an ongoing process here,” said Brock Tessman, deputy commissioner for academic, research and student affairs ... Borrenpohl said the university system spent money on policing, security, metal detectors and messaging to students, employees and community members about where guns are allowed or prohibited.
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Montana University System seeking input on implementing campus carry

Billings Gazette 11 Apr 2021
"It's an ongoing process here," said Brock Tessman, deputy commissioner for academic, research and student affairs ... Borrenpohl said the university system spent money on policing, security, metal detectors and messaging to students, employees and community members about where guns are allowed or prohibited.
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Shikellamy students fundraising for cancer research

The Daily Item 11 Apr 2021
NORTHUMBERLAND — Shikellamy Middle School students continue to raise money for cancer research and they are doing it one penny at a time ....
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Seasonal work on Australia’s farms: ‘No one wants to do this sort of work’

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
It’s a lot of work, and I don’t know, I feel like the time that I spend trying to apply for it, I could probably just spend that time working and earn the same money,” he said. This was a sentiment shared by Rowan, 19-year-old film student sharing a single campsite between four of his mates – “too complicated”.
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Larry Skow: Solutions for student debt problem

The Tribune Greeley 10 Apr 2021
Here are 2 simple solutions to all this student debt ... All candidates donate — all money goes to fund the student debt and fund future students’ college ... All this money goes into state/federal fund to pay off student debt. All money politicians/endowments is really free money.
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UNC President Feinstein: Planning for a tuition increase for undergraduate students in 2021-22

The Tribune Greeley 10 Apr 2021
About one half of that money, or $2.35 million, goes back into UNC for financial aid and other financial support directly for students ... He added that while the university understands financial increases impact students and families, the money from this increase will go back to UNC for education.
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How to teach your kids about money

The Roseburg News-Review 10 Apr 2021
Getting the right education about money is a game changer in their future success ... And it’s not just about knowing all the facts when it comes to money ... And when students learn how to do all those things before they have a chance to make mistakes with money, they can head into the real world way ahead of the game.
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BBB warns students against scammers

The Morning Journal 10 Apr 2021
Even though Lorain County Community College students are not on campus, scammers are finding ways to get to them ... Once the link is opened, students will have to provide personal information, which is stolen by scammers ... “People send a lot of money that there is a sense of shame." ... “Students are often looking for ways to make extra money," he said.
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Once a point of pride, Louisiana's colleges found their affordability and budgets diminished

Houma Today 10 Apr 2021
"Overall, we found that decreased direct state support per student — which includes state general fund money, statutory dedications, and interagency transfers — and subsequent fee increases over the past 10 years have made it more costly to earn a public higher education degree or other credential in Louisiana.".
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FMCC interim president takes permanent position and looks to the future

The Daily Gazette 10 Apr 2021
Truckenmiller – who lives in Johnstown with his wife Rachel and their three sons, two of who are current FMCC students – said the community college is an affordable option regardless of how much money someone has as he outlined the school’s role as a bridge to new educational and professional opportunities for people in the region.
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Defendant in virtual education fraud case admits receiving $500,000 in scheme

Decatur Daily 10 Apr 2021
As a result, districts received payments from Alabama’s Education Trust Fund as if the students actually attended public schools and the defendants then received, for their personal use, portions of the state money. To obtain student information for the scheme, the defendants are ...
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RAMSEY: A Texas state budget -- minus $38.6 billion in federal stimulus money

Weatherford Democrat 10 Apr 2021
It’s one-time money ... But the money ran out in a couple of years — before the state’s economy recovered ... Some of that education money, for example, is to pay for “learning loss” programs designed to get elementary and secondary school students to the education levels they would have reached without a year of COVID-19 interruptions.
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Analysis: A Texas state budget — minus $38.6 billion in federal stimulus money

The Marshall News Messenger 10 Apr 2021
It’s one-time money ... But the money ran out in a couple of years — before the state’s economy recovered ... Some of that education money, for example, is to pay for “learning loss” programs designed to get elementary and secondary school students to the education levels they would have reached without a year of COVID-19 interruptions.
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Wiley College set to bring students back to campus this summer, host on site graduation

The Marshall News Messenger 10 Apr 2021
Wiley College students are set to return to campus this summer for the first time since last spring when the COVID-19 pandemic began ... 2 for all students ... Felton also announced debt forgiveness for students unable to continue their education due to lack of money.
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