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Stanford issues first bond in U.S. higher education based on rigorous environmental management and social responsibility standards

Stanford became the first college or university in the United States to issue bonds with a dual climate and sustainability designation to finance campus construction and renovation projects. The links are rooted in the university’s commitment to standards of environmental stewardship and social responsibility over years of grassroots work to …

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House adopts teachers’ salary budgets

Upstairs godfather Paul Amador, R-Coeur d’Alene, admitted that most lawmakers might find problems with the higher education budget, but added: “It’s the ownership that we must adopt. “ Over the course of Monday afternoon, the House finally broke a deadlock on several key education budgets – including the litigation budget …

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

MVYouth announced this week that it has awarded $ 730,000 in college and workforce development scholarships to 10 high school students and young adults in Martha’s Vineyard. University scholarship winners are Brooke Crocker (Tufts University), Larissa De Oliveira (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), Maria Clara Lacerda (Northeastern University), Ruby Reimann …

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