Day: June 21, 2016

New Report | Financing Growth: The Impact of Financial Regulation

        U.S. Chamber Releases New Report The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released a new report today based on a survey of more than 300 corporate finance professionals regarding their core financial services needs and the indirect regulatory impact of financial regulations.    What we heard was a strong and growing concern for…

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Video: 50-second video from Texas kids talking about public schools (TASB)

Please watch this 50-second video from Texas kids talking about public schools (TASB) https://player.vimeo.com/video/157769996 SHARE THIS POST

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In school finance decision, the poor people have lost again

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court was faced with overwhelming facts in a case, Rodríguez v. San Antonio, showing a Texas school funding system that treated poor students grossly differently than their wealthy peers. But instead of insisting on equal treatment for all, the court slammed the door shut, holding that the system was good enough…

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Announcing our New Community Service Program!

As part of the Year of Influence, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce wants you to log your community service hours for 2016-2017. Each time that you volunteer, let us know! Together, we can impact San Antonio through collaborative service projects.  SHARE THIS POST

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Join The Connection for a 6-week courses

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Invitation to CISLANDERUS exhibition Gran Canaria

The exhibition will be taking place from Thursday, June 9, 2016 – August 28, 2016.  The exhibit is the result of three years of self-financed work of two Canary Islanders and will be held at Columbus Museum in Gran Canaria (Casa de Colón), Canary Islands, supported by the Gran Canaria Cabildo.  The second part of…

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