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According to new research from Georgetown University, 63% of all U.S. jobs will require a post-secondary degree by 2018. The study estimates that college-educated workers can expect to earn $1 million more over their careers than high school graduates....
Once students hurled computers out the windows at Calverton Middle School, but today they are learning on state-of-the-art technology that has flooded into the West Baltimore school. Once teachers couldn't wait to transfer out of a place where students...
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has awarded two grants totaling $70,350 to the Great Bend Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Exploration Place, Inc., in Wichita, to help the organizations with their marketing efforts. The...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Science, Marketing, Travel
Higher-education leaders in Maryland praised an effort unveiled by President Barack Obama on Friday to make college more affordable but expressed unease about still-emerging details that could have an impact on federal funding and student aid. Calling...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERThe Somerset County commissioners approved three 2012 community improvement grants as the result of profits generated by the Community Service Recycling Program. The grant program is administered by the county probation department. The Historical &...
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The oldest business on Main Street and one of the newer ones, together, will receive $30,000 in grants to renovate their building exteriors. Webb Shoe Company, 315 S. Main St., founded in 1909, will receive $18,500 in facade grants from the Aberdeen...
Tags: Personal Service
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellThe long-delayed re-authorization of the law that provides most of the federal road, bridge and mass-transit funding for the states finally passed the Senate today. Though House approval is still required, an amendment tacked on by Sen. Bob Casey would...
Daniel Pieper, of Hunter Mill Farm in White Hall, donated a $2,500 grant he won to Penn-Mar Human Services in Freeland Tuesday, March 27. Pieper applied for the grant in December and was informed he was the Baltimore County winner of Monsanto's...
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email@example.comA breakdown in the legislative budget-approval process on Monday night has frozen — if only temporarily — plans to shift teacher-pension costs from the state to Maryland’s counties. The shift was expected to be phased in starting in the...
After two years, the federal program providing billions of dollars to help states and districts close or remake some of their worst-performing schools remains an ambitious work in progress, with roughly 1,200 turnaround efforts under way but still no...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe expansion project at the crowded Jessamine County Public Library is right back where it was a year ago after a grant program didn’t make the cut in the state budget. The Kentucky Public Library Facilities Construction Grant Program would have...
Tags: Politics, Arts and Culture, Libraries, Finance, Lobbying
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