Regarding salaries for UA faculty and staff, that used to be discoverable online and at the campus library.
What is the source of these statistics? I'm not disputing them-- just curious as to the original source.
"...tuition and fees for in-state students has increased 188 percent in the last decade, merely 24 percent of the UA's budget is spent on instruction..."
"... University of Phoenix, which (spends) only 12 percent on instruction..."
6 already. They know I love it and still they hit it. What would really make these clowns sick is if they knew that me and Tom actually get along rather well. We don't agree on much, but we do get along. When his kids went to N.Y. last December, who did he turn to for advice on places for them to eat and places to visit ? Yep.
I feel so secure being represented by Miss McSally.
ON the UA campus? I think not. I wish so, however.
Lucky enough to have gone last year. Absolutely fantastic.
If they serve up homemade pickles like in the photo, I'll be there!
I'm a not all the way to the right republican, I think we would have been better off in the long run with Mr. Barber. The Col. is interested in only one person. Old Pueblo Independent's post above pretty much nails it.
Martha is apparently still waiting to be told how she plans to vote on this. This must be that leadership stuff she said she's good at.
People have no idea Chef, no f*****g idea.
Super dope article! Looking toward to this event. I'd love to see more local hip hop content in the weekly.
Looking forward to this event. Id love to see more hip hop coverage by the weekly on a local level.
Actually, as a frequent visitor to county buildings, I am struck by the number of health related activities that are promoted for county employees and have been for many years. I also frequently see support staff doing daily walks during their breaks throughout the parking garage. There is a weight watchers group for county employees. EAP is also advertised to assist employees with a variety of issues. I think this is all good stuff that the county is providing at little cost already. Glad to see it.
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I am a taxpayer so it's beyond ignorant to say that there is anybody that doesn't have a stake in this. We all benefit from jobs as long as the educated stay here to earn the money.
A bigger problem may actually be the city and county voters that don't hold elected officials to any performance standard to seek and retain employment opportunities for their citizenry.
There are many viable reasons that citizens now detest their governments for what they DON'T accomplish. It's much different than what they promise.
Well, at least he didn't knock the Republicians for a change.
I'm with Steve, if the money isn't dedicated, it's going to pissed away on more crap we need less of, like private prisons. I'm curious if they are using CO as a model, why did that part get dropped? *Sell out*
I have been hearing that since 1990 and yet it has only gotten worse. It's just plain lazy to blame others for the problems that government schools have created.
Maybe they should stick to telling people what to eat.
See http://www.bikefesttucson.com/events/2015-… for other bike events that weekend, and all April! Viva Tucson!
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