The year was 1975, and President Gerald Ford was ambivalent about the law he was about to sign, guaranteeing that students with disabilities are entitled to education in the public schools. He said so in what was then an infrequently used presidential option—a signing statement. Read More
It isn’t the end-all solution to the nursing shortage, advocates say — but it’s a start.
Two bills passed by the N.H. Legislature last week are being hailed by local and state health care officials, who say the policies could reduce licensing hurdles for new and out-of-state nurses.
Officials say the bills, which were co-sponsored by Sen. Jay V. Kahn, D-Keene, will help New Hampshire health care facilities attract more nurses by easing some of the regulatory entry burdens that can discourage them from the profession.
Hey Rick, don’t blame parents for the failing environment created in schools that cause students to get frustrated and discouraged.
The Florida House this afternoon unanimously passed legislation that would strengthen two private school choice programs.