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Community college administrators fatten up while seeking $450 million more from voters

Alamo Community Colleges Chancellor Bruce Leslie leads the pack, earning $399,321, according to 2017 district compensation records reviewed by Four college presidents follow with identic... read more

Pair of major appointments on VUSD agenda tonight

Two major appointments ... $95 million and dozens of employees spread across 16 campuses — will receive $450 per month in auto allowance and $100 each month for cell phone and general work-related exp... read more

Local higher education unions gross $6.9M a year but brace for lower revenues after right-to-work passage

Unionized workers of three public higher education institutions based in Washtenaw County pay at least $6.9 million a year in union dues ... according to Vodicka. At Washtenaw Community College, emplo... read more

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It's called SCHOOL. It's run by the SCHOOL PRINCIPAL. Prepare your children, that means conduct and appearance.

I do remember growing up in Plainville ... and enjoy the concerts while eating the hotdogs. Tex Barry's hot dogs and the Capron Park concerts have become a new tradition for us. What led me to my sear... read more

My Moral Conflict is at War With Teacherken's

And, we are constantly told that the entire economy depends on our spending every last cent and going into debt if necessary, to buy more and more stuff so we can support the growth of business. Peopl... read more

The Rise of the New McCarthyism

Already, the neocons and their allies have exploited the anti-Russian frenzy to extract tens of millions of dollars more from the taxpayers for programs ... possible voter fraud and that it was picked ... read more

Bradley Butterfield: We must value liberal arts education

While efforts to make higher education more manageable and affordable for nontraditional ... what distinguish a University of Wisconsin degree from a degree at a technical college, and those of us who ... read more

Some Feminists Think Stopping Jokes Would Help Stop Rape, But 'Alcohol is Not the Problem'[*]

When I say that I was beaten up ... college campus—where protecting students' delicate feelings and upholding liberal orthodoxy is more important than giving them the truth about rape and alcohol abus... read more

Ammons, Williamson seek 103rd seat

Ammons wants both — a minimum wage increase to $10.10 an hour, “and I think we should index that number so that it will continue to go up” — and a Fair Tax Amendment ... ‘The state needs more money, C... read more

Tony Abbott a quick study in poll pain

Intolerant: up eight. We're also less likely to see Abbott as hard-working as we were a month ago, and more likely to see him as erratic and superficial. For voters, this budget ... occasion of his fi... read more

2 families sue Ann Arbor schools over fees for 7th-hour classes

while those who do not fall behind." Download the ACLU's full legal complaint. Charging students $100 per semester for a seventh class period is expected to save AAPS $100,000, district officials said ... read more

Open your f*#king eyes, evacuees have NO TEETH!

Since we can proudly claim 46 million Americans without health insurance ... your fellow citizens simply want the same health care that you have given yourselves. Nothing more. Nothing less. A tag is ... read more

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