Those who ignore the relationship between teacher quality and achievement do not have the best interests at heart of either students or taxpayers.
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“There’s no way to gauge just how much money Republic has netted from those unapproved fees,” she said, adding that, “If we had paid them, it would probably be in the thousands of dollars.”
Now, Congress and President Trump need to slam the brakes on this careening car, turn around and start moving in the right direction.
Federal aviation bureaucrats are wasting their time on the matter. Ditch all regulations on cellphone use that aren’t directly related to safety and allow individual carriers to devise their own rules.
Rather than emphasizing policies that will expand employment opportunities, they have chosen instead to play to their progressive base by advocating for proposals that will retard state job growth.
Some modest adjustments to the initiative may indeed ensure more recipients earn a degree. But AB188, in its current form, is unlikely to achieve that result.
Apparently it took Donald J. Trump and more than a century of strident denial for Democrats to embark upon a voyage of discovery through the Bill of Rights and exhume a provision they have not only long detested but actively worked to bury alive.
This is less about the potential environmental drawbacks of fracking than it is about a progressive agenda that seeks to shackle the fossil fuel industry and remake the U.S. economy.
All of this would no doubt anger the penthouse environmentalists who help drive the progressive agenda.
The plight of Grace Granatelli should be further impetus for state lawmakers — in Nevada and across the country — to re-examine the wisdom of erecting dubious statutory barriers in front of those simply seeking to make an honest living.
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