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“It's a well-oiled, pupil-run system where students are empowered to make decisions in a fair and open handle,” Milani said. But he said that SGB must operate “according to the policies and procedures” in the enchiridion. Former SGB President Molly

Community Calendar for Jan. 20

Directions at Super Seniors, a Jewish senior circle for those 60 or older meets from 3-4:30 pm on first and third Sundays at the North Shore University Form System Skokie Hospital, 9600 Gross Point Road,

Medicaid Program; Disproportionate Share Hospital Payments--Uninsured Definition

To make it at uncompensated Medicaid costs, all Medicaid payments received from the Assert for Medicaid hospital services, including supplemental payments, must be netted against those costs. The deficient type of costs allowable as part of the Medicaid DSH

Levy tries, cuts set tone for Hilliard's year

Nonessential programs and operations that would be wrecked were high school bus service, professional development, discretionary spending, summer coterie, and all supplemental contracts for extracurricular programs including the arts, music and sports.

Program pays students to go to summer school

For a lot of high school kids, you couldn’t pay them to go to summer school. In Livingston Parish and other parishes, not only can you pay them, you can give them classroom credit and job skills, too.

Livingston Parish schools are participating in a $2.8 million statewide initiative to offer career-focused classes to students this summer. Students can earn school credit, an industry-recognized credential and some cash.

It represents the latest effort by the state to expand career-readiness classes in a broad array of fields that high school students could enter after graduation.

“Over the years, for whatever reason, career and technical education was stigmatized. It was a four-year route or nothing for a lot of students,” said David Helveston, president of the Pelican Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors.

He said the Louisiana Department of Education has created the right accountability framework through its Jump Start program to offer good career and technical education.