Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Should DOE pull public school sports out of IIAAG? Posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 7:57 PM ESTUpdated: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 7:57 PM ESTBy Carmen [email protected] GDOE is thinking of pulling public school sports teams out of IIAAG. James Lujan, chair of GEB's Safe and Healthy Schools Committee, is asking Superintendent Jon Fernandez to "consider returning control of interscholastic sports to the Guam Department of Education". Fernandez agreed to start the review process saying "there are board members who clearly believe that GDOE can do a better job running interscholastics for public schools". He says they'll gather input from high school administrators, athletic … [Read more...] about Should DOE pull public school sports out of IIAAG?
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Press play to listen to this article By JACK BLANCHARD PRESENTED BY SCHOOL CUTS Send tips here | Subscribe for free | Listen to Playbook and view in your browser Good Monday morning. And welcome to Budget Day 2018. Many thanks to top colleagues Tom McTague, Charlie Cooper and Annabelle Dickson for standing in last week. BIGGER THAN THE BUDGET: The world’s fourth-largest democracy last night elected a far-right extremist as its leader. Former paratrooper and veteran Congressman Jair Bolsonaro is the new president of Brazil after comfortably defeating his center-left opponent in Sunday’s general election runoff. Human Rights Watch notes Bolsonaro is “pro-torture” and “openly bigoted” against women, ethnic minorities, homosexuals and refugees. He is also a vocal supporter of Brazil’s former military dictatorship and regularly advocates violence against political opponents and those he considers criminals. But his promise of security for the … [Read more...] about POLITICO London Playbook, presented by School Cuts: Budget Day 2018 — Hammond toast — Brazil lurches to the right
Part of the skyline in Burngreave has changed significantly over the last few months. A new £25million school is being built in the area, transforming the old Pye Bank Primary School site and the area around it.But as well as helping to breathe new educational life into the area; there has been a desperate need for a new school to meet a demand for places; it is being hailed as a great advertisement for what Burngreave represents to so many.READ MORE: Sheffield school goes into lockdown after police incidentSchool leaders have stressed the school, which will cater for children from nursery through to sixth form when fully opened, is a community facility and not just for use by the pupils who attend but families and residents.The school, Astrea Academy Sheffield, will help meet some of the need for vital community space, but is by no means an end to the transformation many are saying is happening in the area.Burngreave has its fair share of bad headlines, said local … [Read more...] about New Burngreave school is another step on the journey to area’s ‘better and brighter’ future
0 Have your say BORIS Johnson’s rumbustious speech at this week’s Conservative conference called for the Tories to commit to continuing tax cuts. That brings easy applause from a well-to-do audience, so long as no one stops to think what spending cuts would have to follow. Or that less prosperous parts of England, like most of Yorkshire, will suffer more from continuing cuts in public spending than the southern counties which are the Conservative government’s homeland. Boris told his audience that tax cuts would produce more revenue – an appealing formula first proposed to Republican policy-makers in Washington in 1974 by the economist Arthur Laffer. The ‘Laffer Curve’ suggests that cuts in tax on companies will free their directors to increase investment, so raising production, efficiency and profit, and eventually bringing in more revenue to the state. The Yorkshire Post says: Time for Tories to dance to Theresa May’s … [Read more...] about William Wallace: Boris Johnson’s call for tax cuts will do little for Yorkshire
The perpetrator of the July 15, 2016 coup attempt, the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) tries to survive outside Turkey with a broad network of companies and businesses spread all over the world – from the U.S. to Central Asia, from Africa to Europe. A series of U.S. charter schools linked to FETÖ are a particular source of economic power for the terrorist group. A recent report by Daily Sabah outlined that educational institutions have played a significant role in the economic empowerment of Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ), whose members the Turkish government evaluate as the putschists in the coup attempt on July 15, 2016. With trading companies and businesses all over world from the U.S. to Central Asia, from Africa to Europe, the expanding network of FETÖ's economic powerhouse initially relied heavily on establishing schools across the globe. No matter what part of the world the group sneaks into, the operational scheme is observed to be the same. … [Read more...] about Gülen charter schools in US a gateway into building economic, political network across country