Final Jobs Report Before U.S. Election in Store: Eco Week Ahead

(Bloomberg) — The last U.S. jobs report before the November election will probably show the labor market’s rebound continued in September, though losing some steam.

Employers probably added 850,000 workers in September, a step down from the 1.37 million a month earlier, according to the Bloomberg survey median. The unemployment rate is seen easing to 8.2% from 8.4%, smaller than the 1.8 percentage-point drop in August.



graphical user interface, chart: Recovery in U.S. job market continuing, though pace is off the boil


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Recovery in U.S. job market continuing, though pace is off the boil

The monthly jobs report on Friday will follow the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden on Tuesday. The report will also wrap up a busy week on the U.S. economic calendar, which includes figures on income and spending, manufacturing and consumer confidence.

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Personal spending on goods and services, which accounts for about two-thirds of gross domestic product, is projected to rise 0.8%

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Internet2 Announces Selection of Two Research Teams for Final Phase of Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science Project

The Internet2 project, supported in part through contributions from Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud, awards researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and State University of New York Downstate (SUNY Downstate) second year of support with a focus on delivering scientific results

WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Internet2 confirmed the selection of two research teams using an external academic review panel for the second and final phase of the Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS) project that was first announced in November 2018. The two research projects are:

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  1. Investigating Heterogeneous Computing at the Large Hadron Collider, Philip Harris, MIT. Only a small fraction of the 40 million collisions per second at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are stored and analyzed due to the huge volumes of data and the compute power required to process it. This project proposes
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Informal classes for 12 and Undergraduate final year students to begin from Sep 15: Assam Education Minister



a dining room table: The Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has announced that classes for Class 12th and Undergraduate final year programme will begin from September 15, in an Informal way.


The Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has announced that classes for Class 12th and Undergraduate final year programme will begin from September 15, in an Informal way.

The Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday, August 29, 2020, mentioned that the classes for Class 12th and Undergraduate final year programme will begin from September 15, 2020, in an informal and experimental way. These informal classes will take place till September 30, 2020, however, they will be discontinued if any student or teacher tests positive for Covid-19 in between.

“The principals or heads will make four-five small groups, which will come and interact with teachers in informal classes.” Said Himanta Biswa Sharma, as reported by PTI.

From September 15, students will come twice a week

From September 15, 2020, students will come twice a week and the teachers will hand over a study material to them along with a

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Final School Aid Numbers In For Butler, Kinnelon, Bloomingdale

Gov. Phil Murphy has released revised state aid figures, saying they will overall remain steady from fiscal year 2020 despite the “historic financial challenges New Jersey is facing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

But a number of districts – nearly 400 of them – will get less money than they expected when Murphy first offered his school funding plan in February.

Indeed, more than 190 school districts will see cuts from last year’s funding, and they may need tax increases to make up the differences

Butler received $2,201,800 in state funds in 2019-2020. Initially the district was slated to receive $2,200,836this year which was not changed by the pandemic response. That represents a -964 or zero percent decrease.

Bloomingdale received $1,828,119 in state funds in 2019-2020. Initially the district was slated to receive $1,663,676 this year which was not changed by the pandemic response. That represents a -164,443 or

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Final 2020 School Aid Numbers In For Hopatcong, Sparta

SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – Gov. Phil Murphy has released revised state aid figures, saying they will overall remain steady from fiscal year 2020 despite the “historic financial challenges New Jersey is facing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

But a number of districts – nearly 400 of them – will get less money than they expected when Murphy first offered his school funding plan in February.

Indeed, more than 190 school districts will see cuts from last year’s funding, and they may need tax increases to make up the differences

Hopatcong received $9,636,888 in state funds in 2019-2020. Initially the district was slated to receive $7,930,527 this year which was not changed by the pandemic response. That represents a -1,706,361 or -17.7 percent decrease.

Sparta received 5,795,317 in state funds in 2019-2020. Initially the district was slated to receive 5,629,268 this year which was not changed by the pandemic response.

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Final 2020 School Aid Numbers In For Hackettstown

HACKETTSTOWN – Gov. Phil Murphy has released revised state aid figures, saying they will overall remain steady from fiscal year 2020 despite the “historic financial challenges New Jersey is facing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

But a number of districts – nearly 400 of them – will get less money than they expected when Murphy first offered his school funding plan in February.

Indeed, more than 190 school districts will see cuts from last year’s funding, and they may need tax increases to make up the differences

Hackettstown received $7,037,374 in state funds in 2019-2020. Initially the district was slated to receive $8,211,182 this year which was cut to $7,419,635 in July. That represents a $382,261 or 5.4 percent increase.

In his revised budget proposal, Murphy announced that funding for school districts will keep the state on track to fully fund public schools. Additionally, the revised budget proposal includes

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