A dozen Bay Area school districts are asking for funding on election day

More than a dozen Bay Area school districts will have their hands out this election day, asking voters to pay more in property taxes to fund facilities or, in some cases, to keep paying salaries.

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The parcel tax and bond measures range from a property tax increase of $72 in one low-income San Jose community to an extension of an $836 parcel tax in wealthy Palo Alto.

In San Francisco, district officials are hoping two-thirds of city residents will support Proposition J, a $288 parcel tax that would generate about $48 million per year, with the money primarily going toward teacher raises and other benefits, to help retain and attract educators, officials said.

The measure is something of a redo, a parcel tax similar to the one nearly 61% of voters approved in 2018, which has since been caught up in

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Cane Bay Partners Contributions to UVI Support New Data Science Minor Program

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CHRISTIANSTED, U.S. Virgin Islands, Sept. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The University of the Virgin Islands’ School of Science and Mathematics will now be offering a minor in data science, supported, in part, by donations provided by Cane Bay Partners VI LLLP.

Over the last 11 years, Cane Bay Partners has contributed more than $125,000 to UVI, with a focus on supporting initiatives around data science and analytics. Just last week the company donated an additional $10,000 to support UVI’s efforts in providing the data science minor.

“This is a very exciting milestone in the development of a core curriculum for those wanting to pursue a career in data science and analytics in the Virgin Islands,” said Kirk Chewning, co-founder of Cane Bay Partners. “We hope young people consider this field of study as there are many positions locally and globally that are

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