She referred to the case over the state's public school finance system, the minimum wage debate and the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas scandal.
What does PSF stand for?
PSF stands for Public School Finance (various locations)
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We have 279 other meanings of PSF in our Acronym Attic
- Program Support Facility
- Programa Saude da Familia (Portuguese: Family Health Program; Brazil)
- Progressive Segmented Frame (video)
- Project and Structured Finance (various organizations)
- Projet San Francisco
- Proof Setup File (Adobe Photoshop file extension)
- Protein Structure and Function
- Proteus Syndrome Foundation
- Public Safety Factor (federal prison inmate security score)
- Public Sector Forum (various locations)
- Public Service Fellowship (various schools)
- Pukhtun Students Federation
- Pusan Storage Facility
- Python Software Foundation
- Poisson Summation Formula for Finite Sums
- Peoples Students Federation (Shaheed Bhutto group)
- Pencak Silat Federation of United Kingdom
- Peptide Supply Factor 1
- Peptide Supply Factor 2
Samples in periodicals archive:
He revived his call last week when he said his proposal was not intended to raise the specter that anybody is doing anything wrong with public school finances.
In 1985, Howard Godfrey was part of a team of faculty members that submitted a bid to the State of North Carolina for a new, comprehensive professional development program for public school finance officers in the state, which was subsequently awarded.
The Annual Financial Report of California K-12 Schools, released by State Controller Steve Westly, points to a dire future for public school finances and warns that nearly 80 districts may not be able to pay their bills in two years.
Texas Senator Jeff Wentworth: The most important thing we have to do is revamp our public school finance situation.
The Joint Select Committee on Public School Finance examined "benefit taxes" on businesses, a broadening of sales taxes, changes to existing taxes, expansion of the state lottery, personal income taxes, and many other proposals, but neglected to consider pollution emissions taxes seriously.
According to Patricia Martin, assistant director for public school finance at the Arkansas Department of Education, most of the new bonds issued this year will be used to buy back existing bonds.
The equity ideas upon which the first public school finance cases relied upon begins in some respects with the decision handed down by the United States Supreme Court in Brown v.