The United States has a problem with stagnation. No, I don’t mean the economy or job growth, but with fixing it’s most broken institutions.
Georgia: Schools budget must include debt transfer
The Savannah-Chatham County School System is not misrepresenting its budget by listing $5.4 million in debt service funds in more than one category,
Reynolds: King must decide if comments reflect district's 'values'
OTTUMWA, Iowa — Distancing herself from fellow Republican Steve King, Gov. Kim Reynolds on Tuesday said the outspoken congressman should consider whether his rhetoric and actions represent the "values" of
Opinion: Alaska’s budget must be brought in line with our ability to pay for it
We have allowed our budget to grow far beyond our means in this declining oil era.
Our View: Holiday policy for schools should reflect growing diversity
As Maine gets less homogenous, schools need to take formal steps to show they are welcoming.
Michael Dell: Technology must reflect our humanity and our values
While technology can amplify human genius, it can also amplify human frailty, and the Dell Technologies CEO is urging those building to build a future that reflects the best of humanity.
VIDEO: What's at stake with our school budgets?
All New York State public school budgets will be up for a vote on May 16.
Our View: Reflecting on first 100 years, looking ahead to the next
California must repay national mortgage settlement cash used to balance state budget [Los Angeles...
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration said Friday it would begin work on transferring $331 million back into a special fund designed to help California homeowners hit hard by the recession-era mortgage crisis, money that the courts have ruled was wrongly used to help balance th
Our Say: Pittman got his ambitious budget. Now, he must prove its worth.
Make no mistake, the $1.7 billion operating budget and about $333 million in capital expenses approved Friday was a success for Steuart Pittman.
Graphic: How Walker's state budget changes stack up
See how the proposed boost for K-12 schools and UW System compares to other state programs
In our opinion: Family courts must uphold the value of child safety
Nearly 3,000 years ago, a wise King Solomon sat as judge over a child custody case. Two women claimed to be the mother of the same child, and only at the threat of chopping the baby in two was the...
UMN IT consolidation reflects broader admin trends at school
The University of Minnesota is undergoing significant changes to make its administrative structure more efficient The school is currently searching for a new vice president of information technology, who will inherit a department that has gradually become more centralized under University President Eric Kaler’s plan to cut administrative costs $90 million by 2019. The consolidation effort is part of a trend across other large areas of…
In Our Opinion: State must do more to educate on STAR changes
A change to the School Tax Relief program, better known as STAR, is going into effect this year.
New York state budget: What you need to know
Gov. Andrew Cuomo laid out his proposed budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year on Tuesday, proposing to increase aid for schools and health care.
More from Gov. Bruce Rauner at the DCEDC, about the way forward on State budget
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Students reflect on lasting lessons of Harper Lee
Harper Lee was very much alive in local schools Friday afternoon.
Business school dean reflects on 20 years at KSU
Kevin Gwinner first decided to move to Manhattan to be closer to family.
OUR OPINION: Businesses, schools must better collaborate
Deliberate efforts must continue to better prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s jobs.
Marriott CEO: Our three-hotel bet at Water Street Tampa reflects how Tampa is evolving
TAMPA The worlds biggest hotel company already has 29 properties in the Tampa Bay area, but its CEO says a plan to put more than 1,400 rooms in three Marriott-branded hotels within a few blocks of