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S.D. schools increasingly rely on tax opt-outs

Nominal increases in state aid to education have crippled local budgets and caused many districts to consider significant programming cuts or opt-outs to raise ... the Associated School Boards of Sout... read more

experiencing the financial stress on teachers

It affects a lot of teachers in my district. It is increasingly an issue ... We did not have layoffs this school year, in part because the County shifted funds as a result of the stimulus money it rec... read more

Where they stand

Eliminating the Gross Receipts Tax would add $400 million more to our already strained budget ... with the school district to ensure safe routes to schools, support programs that improve education out... read more

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Blog: A Declaration of Peace, So We Can Have Some Progress

... School following the footsteps of his brother and sister and closing a seventeen year journey with the Montclair school district for our family. My sister once said, jokingly, that she wouldn’t ha... read more


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Four Candidates Vie for Three Seats

For more information on the School District 65 Board ... We know that budgets will be strained and tax revenues are in flux. We will be facing difficult decisions. We are fortunate to rely very little ... read more

Four Days On, Three Days Off

Local schools have had to increasingly fend for themselves financially, with districts seeing state aid decrease from ... this option in the wake of strained state budgets in the aftermath of the 2008 ... read more

Don Randel: What About the Humanities?

The humanities are valuable for far more than their economic contribution, former Cornell provost Don Randel told a full house in Goldwin Smith Hall's Hollis E. Cornell Auditorium on March 31. Randel ... read more

Elizabeth Daigneau

75 percent of Americans can’t put solar panels on their property. Community-owned solar gardens allow those people to take advantage of renewable energy for a fraction of the cost, but they need state ... read more

Montclair BOE: More Allegations, Questions And An “Enemies” List of Names From Assessmentgate

Public comment turned to mostly public outrage at Monday night’s BOE meeting as educators, parents and tax payers approached ... at Nishuane School. He then mentioned that after news of lead in Newark ... read more

Emanuel Pleitez

2. If you oppose the sales tax, what city programs would you eliminate or scale back? We should not be looking to balance the budget with regressive sales taxes or by cutting services on which many re... read more



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