OSHA Proposed Rule Would Remove One Electronic Record-Keeping Requirement, Add Others

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced on March 28 a proposed rule that removes one requirement for electronic reporting and adds others to high-risk industries. The proposed rule would be: Remove the current requirement for agencies with 250 or more employees who do not work in a specialty industry to annually submit information … Read more

Milton Select Board rejects proposed electronic billboard

MILTON – There will be no electronic billboards at the entrance to the city. By a unanimous vote Wednesday night, the selection committee opposed a request to create an electronic billboard at 2 Granite Avenue, along the Southeast Highway. The council also voted to ask the State Department of Transportation to ban billboards in commercial … Read more

Special education costs drive 2.48% increase in proposed North Stonington schools budget | North Stonington

NORTH STONINGTON – Reducing wages and benefits will help offset the rise in spending on special education in the proposed Education Council budget for 2022-23. The North Stonton Board of Education is seeking approval of an operating budget of $ 14.63 million for fiscal 2022-23. The proposal, which was presented to the Finance Council on … Read more

Follow subtleties of proposed funding overhaul

Dr. Rod Berger is a regular contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine and Parents, which cover education, parenting and EdTech. He is a resident of Williamson County, Tennessee. Editor’s Note: The Tennessean has invited a dozen leaders or organizations to write guest essays on education funding and related issues in Tennessee. This is one essay from … Read more

Teachers, and students, concerned over proposed education bills

Students and faculty fear that legislation regarding teaching materials in Iowa schools will lead to the astrocism of LGBTQ + students and color students and run away from teachers working in the state. “I am very worried about young people … I am afraid for younger children because, fortunately, I had, you know, the first … Read more

Proposed Center for Food Innovation Seeks Community Input

According to a Farm Credit East study, agriculture is $ 5 billion for Connecticut. Annual revenue for the food sectors of agriculture, which excludes industries such as forestry or floriculture, is more than $ 3.2 billion. If you consider businesses that use raw materials purchased in the state and / or outside the state, the … Read more

The Bristol Press – Bristol Board of Education accepts superintendent’s proposed budget with 2.2% increase

BRISTAL – The Board of Education has approved a budget of $ 124,328,000 for fiscal year 2023, which is 2.2% more than the previous year. Overall budget figures included negotiating commitments of $ 2,203,191, up 1.81% from last year. Payments to employees were reduced by $ 1,145,230, down 0.94% from last year. Professional and other … Read more

State Board of Education approves proposed agreement with NCHSAA

Nick Stevens, Editor-in-Chief of HighSchoolOT Raleigh, NC – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is one step closer to securing its role as head of North Carolina High School Athletics for at least another four years. The State Board of Education has approved a proposed memorandum of understanding with the NCHSAA that establishes guidelines … Read more

Department of Education Takes First Step Toward Release of Proposed Amendments to Title IX Regulations

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has announced that it has sent a draft of proposed amendments to Section IX of the 1972 Education Amendments to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) for internal review. Sending a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is the first official step in the … Read more

Amendment to eliminate State Board of Education proposed – Unicameral Update

Voters could liquidate the State Board of Education in accordance with a proposed amendment to the Constitution considered by the Education Committee on March 1. Senator Lou Ann Linehan The eight-member council determines education policy and ensures that the state education department fulfills the responsibilities established by the state constitution and determined by the legislature … Read more