Private schools say exclusion from state grants ‘discriminatory’

Private schools have claimed that the state’s policy of providing them with lower levels of funding than “free” secondary schools is discriminatory and may violate parental rights. The government has funded private schools to the tune of just over 111 million euros this year in the form of salaries for …

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Debt increases, increasing risks for many households

Debt increases, putting families at greater risk getty Households are getting more and more into debt. Part of this debt creates particularly significant financial risks for households. They still have to repay this debt, even if they lose their jobs or encounter a health emergency, among other unforeseen events. As …

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Shanghai aspires more than ever to global professionals

Ti Gong The Talent Service Innovation Forum is held online and offline in Changning District on Sunday. Professionals in electronic information, automotive, high-end equipment, advanced materials, life and health and fashionable consumer goods will become the most sought after by local businesses in 2022, according to a poll released on …

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Stuart Robert University vetoes sparked an uproar

Stuart Robert blocked six research projects he said were not in the national interest. Alex ellinghausen However, Professor Glover said the blockade of the Sixth which sought to understand the mass mobilization of school students in climate action and how this relates to their commitment to democracy “goes beyond belief.” …

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Pier 39 Sports Bar a textbook example of how the government screwed up COVID relief for restaurants

The federal government offered $ 28.6 billion in subsidies to struggling restaurants this summer. Then they ripped the carpets out of restaurants that had already received the money and instead gave it to chains like Panera. Today’s New York Times business section has a profile and a vivid photo of …

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How Casey Crowther got caught exploiting pandemic loans to buy a boat

FORT MYERS As business owners across the country struggled to make ends meet during the COVID-19 crisis, local businessman Casey Crowther has criminally taken advantage of pandemic loans. WINK News looks back on how we found out about the embezzlement and the lawsuit that followed. A series of wire transfers …

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BofA expects 8.2% GDP growth for next fiscal year with more downside risks for India

Warning that the new year will be riskier than the previous two in terms of growth, inflation and the perils of the normalization of monetary policy on consumer demand in particular, as well as other external risks, a brokerage house Wall Street has forecast GDP growth of 8.2% next fiscal …

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🌱 ROSS program grants for Pawtucket + library vacation hours

Hello, Pawtucket! Like many of you, the Patch team takes time to enjoy the holidays, so there won’t be a newsletter in your inbox tomorrow. We appreciate your understanding of this slight break in our schedule, and I’ll be back on Monday with the next edition of Pawtucket Daily! Now …

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Some Ottawa businesses hail, others criticize new government support

Many small businesses welcome the new federal and provincial support programs announced Wednesday, but others say the programs are not inclusive enough, provide adequate support, or are unfairly enforced. CBC Ottawa spoke to a number of local businesses affected by the 50% capacity restrictions that took effect on Sunday. A …

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Compare Sainsbury’s Bank travel insurance policies – Forbes Advisor UK

Who is Sainsbury’s Bank? Sainsbury’s Bank was the UK’s first ‘supermarket bank’, providing financial services such as credit cards, loans and insurance. Launched in 1997, Sainsbury’s Bank is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). In addition to travel insurance, which is underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE (which means …

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