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Topic - Board Of Regents
Tuition is going up for Georgia students at all 31 state colleges and universities under a budget plan approved Tuesday by the state Board of Regents, including the largest increase of $372 more per semester for Georgia Tech undergraduates.
It was a quiet exit for Jim Purcell.
The field of finalists for the presidency of Fort Hays State University has been narrowed to five, with interviews on the northwest Kansas campus to begin next week.
Gov. Steve Bullock has appointed a Bozeman businessman and a Billings attorney to the state Board of Regents.
The Legislature is scheduled to vote on whether to re-elect four Board of Regents members amid drama over the Common Core rollout.
New York lawmakers on Tuesday voted in one new member of the Board of Regents and retained three more, making only a minor change to the educational board that has been blamed by parents and teachers for a poor rollout of tougher Common Core standards.
A Regent representing the Albany area for the state Education Department has resigned amid the drama surrounding the re-election of the Board of Regents.
A usually routine legislative vote to re-elect members of the New York state Board of Regents could be complicated by disagreement over the state rollout of the new Common Core standards for the public schools.
University of Alaska officials have yet to respond to a Senate bill that would allow the legal concealed carry of firearms on University of Alaska campuses.
The University of Hawaii on Thursday approved a plan to lease land at the summit of Mauna Kea for construction of the world's largest optical telescope.
She came to a community garden in Vermillion last summer looking for produce to feed her hunger. He stared at his pay stubs and realized, amazingly enough, that he qualified for food stamps.
The Watertown Daily Times on ethics reforms in the state Legislature.
The state's Board of Regents approved changes to implementing Common Core educational standards on Tuesday while backing off on a plan to delay a teacher evaluation measure.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday named state Board of Regents chairwoman Angela McLean as his new lieutenant governor, an appointment the first-term Democratic governor said shows that education is the top priority of his administration.
New York education officials on Monday recommended giving students additional time to meet more rigorous graduation requirements and offered a temporary defense for teachers whose jobs may be at risk because of low student test scores.