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Corning-Painted Post schools announces upcoming budget proposal

Corning-Painted Post schools announces upcoming budget proposal
The Corning-Painted Post Area School District is set to present its 2024-2025 budget proposal on Wednesday, April 17. The unveiling will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Board of Education building located at 165 ... more
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FAFSA confusion persists as new system rollout plagued with issues

FAFSA: How to fill out the form
The latest updates to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process have introduced significant challenges for students and educational institutions alike, as reported by schools and financial aid consultants. Following a 2020 mandate ... more
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Hochul launches campaign to boost FAFSA completion among high school seniors

Financial aid: FAFSA completion rate in New York still 5% below pre-pandemic levels
Governor Kathy Hochul has initiated a campaign targeting high school seniors in New York to ensure they complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). As part of Financial Aid Awareness Month, letters offering ... more
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HWS professor suspended after essay on Israel-Palestine conflict

2020 Commencement for Hobart and William Smith Colleges to be held Sunday
Jodi Dean, a distinguished professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, has been placed on leave pending an investigation into her remarks about the October attacks in Israel. Dean described the attacks as "exhilarating" in ... more
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Cornell students head to court over protest, sparking campus divestment vote

Cornell plans $30M addition
Twenty-four Cornell University students and employees, who were arrested during a protest against the university’s financial ties to companies accused of involvement in human rights abuses in Gaza, are set to appear in court on ... more
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NY school districts still face uncertainty amid state budget delays: Will Foundation Aid really be restored?

NY school districts still face uncertainty amid state budget delays: Will Foundation Aid really be restored?
New York's delayed state budget is causing concern among school districts, with crucial decisions looming and the Foundation Aid formula's future still uncertain. Governor Kathy Hochul has hinted at an update to the formula by ... more
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TALKING COLLEGE: Excessive Student Loan Debt Can Ruin Lives

TALKING COLLEGE: Excessive Student Loan Debt Can Ruin Lives
EDITOR'S NOTE: This edition of Talking College originally debuted in March 2022. Student loan debt has become one of the most talked about problems during the past few years. On this week's edition of Talking ... more
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Cayuga Community College launches new criminal justice degree program

Cayuga Community College welcomes two new trustees
Cayuga Community College (CCC) has introduced an Associate of Science (AS) in Criminal Justice, available from the Fall semester, to provide students with a comprehensive foundation for careers in criminal justice. Aimed at facilitating transitions ... more
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Reviews of the Best Assignment Writing Services

One of the greatest challenges you can face as a college student is working on assignments. Often, professors ask students to submit well-researched documents as part of their coursework. The projects come with strict requirements ... more
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Student Debt Cancelation: Biden’s New Plan For Wiping Out Mass Student Loans

Student Debt Cancelation: Biden's New Plan For Wiping Out Mass Student Loans
President Joe Biden, aiming to fulfill a key campaign promise, unveiled a new proposal in Wisconsin aimed at canceling student debt for over 30 million Americans. This move comes after the Supreme Court blocked his ... more
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Tips for Choosing a Language School

Tips for Choosing a Language School
Choosing the right language school is a pivotal decision in your journey to learning a foreign language. But how do you know which school is the right fit? With so many options on the market, ... more
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Academic Success Guaranteed by the Best Essay Writing Services

Are you looking for the most reliable essay writing service in the US? We have tailored our research to the five best services that offer nothing but the best essay writing solutions to students. Relying ... more
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Hochul signals delay in changes to school aid as budget negotiations continue

NY Board of Regents asks for $2.1B state school aid increase in 2019-20
Governor Kathy Hochul has signaled a postponement in implementing changes to New York's Foundation Aid formula, which impacts how school districts receive funding. The proposed end to the "hold harmless" provision, preventing schools from receiving ... more
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Trumansburg schools face layoffs as enrollment falls, state aid dwindles

Trumansburg schools face layoffs as enrollment falls, state aid dwindles
The Trumansburg Central School District is facing potential layoffs for several teachers due to a significant decline in student numbers, triggering budget cuts and a loss in state funding. The Board of Education postponed the ... more
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New York aims to expand college tuition assistance

Wells College drops tuition costs for 2019-20 school year by $10,000
New York legislators are advocating for enhanced higher education funding in the state's budget, focusing on broadening the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). The program, aimed at helping New York residents afford tuition at approved state ... more
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Judge rules New York can proceed against transgender athlete ban

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In a significant legal development, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled Thursday that New York state can continue its legal action against Nassau County's ban on transgender athletes in women's and girls' sports teams. Judge ... more
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College costs skyrocket, sparking concerns among students

College costs skyrocket, sparking concerns among students
The soaring costs of attending college have reached new heights, with some institutions now charging up to $90,000 per year, creating a significant burden for families. Notable universities such as the University of Pennsylvania, Brown ... more
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COLLEGE DEBT: Gillibrand calls for SAVE plan to be made permanent

Student loans: How many American have college debt?
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is taking a stand to ensure President Joe Biden's income-driven student loan repayment program, known as the SAVE Plan, becomes a permanent fixture. This initiative has already seen enrollment from over 7.7 ... more
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Penn Yan 8th grader will compete in national spelling bee

Auburn 7th grader advancing to the quarterfinal’s in this years Scripps National Spelling Bee
A talented eighth grader from Penn Yan Central School District has secured his spot in the upcoming Scripps National Spelling Bee in Maryland. Ryan Creary, representing the Wayne-Finger Lakes region, earned his place by correctly ... more
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