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"We will be innovative and modernize our approach to provide our students with a strong educational experience and we will introduce a strong sense of Middletown pride and I hope to be the source of inspiration for that in this district and this ...
Capella education Company logo Strs Ohio continued to hold its stake in shares of Capella Education Company (Nasdaq:CPLA) during the first quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC.
Twenty years after the Ohio Supreme Court found that Ohio's school funding was inadequate - violating the state constitutional mandate to provide a "thorough and efficient" education - lawmakers might make things even worse. There is fear of the ...
"I am excited to see Kelse selected to promote the agricultural education profession not only in Ohio, but to audiences across the nation," said Tracy Kitchel, professor and chair of the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and ...
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, one of several candidates running for governor, swung through Toledo again Monday, telling the Rotary club of Toledo the state needs to do a better job preparing children to become "job-ready or college-ready" and to ...
Stable. In a word, that is the five-year outlook for Akron public schools, said schools treasurer Ryan Pendleton. The Akron Board of education accepted the district's five-year forecast at its meeting Monday night. Pendleton, who is also the district's ...
But Peggy Young, president of the Ohio Association of Charter School Authorizers, told a Senate finance subcommittee that the ratings are giving the academic performance of schools too much weight.
A new report suggests a high-school graduation crisis could be coming in Ohio. More than a third of the state's high schoolers have not yet scored what they need to in order to get their diplomas.
Funding equity for charter schools would be a bad deal for Ohio's families and schoolchildren. School choice supporters promote charter schools and funding equity as education reform. But calling something a "reform" doesn't make it one. Ohioans have a ...
Prohibits the State Board of education from adopting, and the Department of Education from implementing, the Common Core State Standards, or any standards developed by any similar initiative process or program, as the state's academic content standards ...
She cited a study by the Ohio education Policy Institute noting that residential property owners paid nearly 64 percent of total property taxes in 2015, up from about 44 percent in 1990.
No function of state government is more important than its constitutional obligation to "secure a thorough and efficient system of common schools throughout the state.
Some states hit especially hard by opioid abuse are turning to mandatory education in the hopes it will help mitigate the damage.
CARROLLTON Area officials and schoolchildren broke ground Thursday for a new educational facility that one speaker at the event said would change the lives of thousands of people over the next 50 years.
However, as a state, Ohio has done the opposite of investing in a highly skilled workforce. Not only is the state proposing to spend about $826 million less in inflation-adjusted dollars on its K-12 education system than the state did during the Great ...
school records show that Seiple's current three-year contract with the school district ends June 30, 2018. According to the Ohio Department of education, his three-year coaching permit is set to expire June 30. State records do not indicate whether ...
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ohio (WTAP) - If a new bill passes in the Buckeye state, the federal government could have less of a say on how your child is educated.
school officials stated the number of children being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the district has risen each year. For more information on the JDRF or to make a donation, visit www.
The questions were structured around education-based issues and other matters concerning the state of Ohio. Patierno welcomed Sen. Schiavoni, students and staff to the event.
CARROLLTON Area officials and schoolchildren broke ground Thursday for a new educational facility that one speaker at the event said would change the lives of thousands of people over the next 50 years.
Five residents attended a meeting called by Dyer to discuss his Green Reaches Educational Attainment Together (GREAT) Scholarship proposal that would use about 2 percent of unencumbered city tax dollars to provide renewable $2,500 scholarships to ...
BARBERTON: Barberton officials this week kicked off a communitywide early childhood education effort with a Magical Beginnings resource fair.
The Ohio Valley Health Services & education Foundation has changed its name and its focus in preparation for OVHS&E's sale to Alecto healthcare Services.
Mandating the Ohio school Facilities Commission establish the program with eligibility for districts that have not received funding under the current program.
Cleveland - science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs in Akron public schools (APS) will get a boost from a newly announced partnership between the Cleveland Cavaliers and The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.
The Ohio FFA Foundation is a cooperative effort among education, business and industry to support and inspire Ohio FFA members. For over 60 years, the Ohio FFA Foundation has been committed to providing opportunities for FFA members across the state.
Dr. Charles Jarrett, an associate Professor of sociology at the Ohio University Southern campus, was named the Regional Higher education Outstanding Professor Award while Kelly Hall, director of the equine studies program at the Ohio Horse Park in ...
LAKE TWP. The Lake Local schools Board of education approved the non-renewal of supplemental contracts for athletic coaches, certified tutors, long-term substitutes and aides.
The event is sponsored by the Richland Area Chamber of Commerce and Ohio Means jobs, and supported by seven other organizations, which include the Richland Community Development Group, Madison Adult education, Ohioans with Disabilities, ...
The Ohio Aspire Program provides free services for those who are looking for assistance in acquiring skills to be successful in post-secondary education, training, and employment. The programs offer classes in the Mansfield area. Anyone who signs up ...
Aside from that investigation, Brown's case has been looked at by Goshen school administrators, Goshen police Department, Adams County Sheriff's Office, Clermont County Sheriff's Office and Ohio Department of education. Such cases can be difficult to ...
Approved the five-year forecast, to be submitted to the Ohio Department of education prior to May 31. Entered into a contract with the Stark County educational service Center to provide business curriculum/instruction, special needs, legal and ...
Since being appointed Chancellor, Carey's priorities have revolved around collaborating with Ohio's higher education partners to make postsecondary education affordable and accessible for all students. Partnerships with Ohio's public and private ...
As a team, they placed third in Ohio FFA poultry, fifth in Ohio Ag Communications, fifth in Ohio Ag Issues, 10th in Ohio Cooperative education and eighth in Food science. Additionally, Farr was top individual in Ohio in Poultry and Cooperative ...
Cleveland, Ohio - Cleveland and the Say Yes to education non-profit have begun working to offer free college tuition to all graduates of the city school district by 2019.
A May 14 Columbus Dispatch editorial entitled "E-school is fleecing Ohioans" expresses the opinion of those who are aware of ECOT's business scheme.
She has bachelor's degree in English from Muskingum College and a master's degree in Secondary English education from Ohio State University as well as American and State FFA degrees. Jones is Licking County farm Bureau president and a graduate of ...
A recent study by Ohio State University (OSU) researchers found broadband access severely lacking in the state's rural areas, a deficit they reported could yield significant economic growth if corrected - but if resolved could also lead to other ...
Former President Barack Obama's Department of education started a public awareness campaign in 2015 about the need to improve school attendance.
Roger Baker farms more than 1000 acres in northeastern Ohio's Wayne County, the heart of Ohio's dairy-producing region, and he and other Ohio farmers are ...
The daughter of one wealthy businessman and the wife of another, DeVos has headed a series of groups that help rich contributors spend large sums on elections, including one that was assessed the biggest fine ever by the Ohio elections Commission.
Wright State University professor Joe Deer will receive the 2016 Governor's Award for the arts in Ohio, in the Art education category, one of three Dayton-area entities to be honored this year. The nine winners will be honored at a special luncheon on ...
Our group highlighted the importance of smart federal transportation policies that promote continued railroad investments in Ohio. We also received an in-depth rail safety overview from Operation Lifesaver Ohio, an education nonprofit dedicated to ...
ECOT argues its contract with the Ohio Department of education allows it to teach to an empty classroom, while continuing annual collections of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars.
Cullen holds a bachelor's degree in education from Bowling Green University in Ohio and a master's degree in school administration from Azusa Pacific University in California.
Local students who earned gold medals (first place in Ohio) and qualify for the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23, include: Greyson Perry (Lake) from Interactive Media for the Advertising design contest; and Analicia Santos ...
Photo by Joselyn King Ohio county schools Board of education President Zach Abraham, left, and Superintendent Kim Miller listen to discussion during Thursday night's board meeting.
Just hours later, a state hearing officer sided with an Ohio Department of education audit showing that ECOT could prove only about 40 percent of the more than 15,000 full time students the state paid it for.
In an email on Wednesday, OSU told Diverse that Strayhorn resigned from his faculty position in the College of education and Human ecology effective May 3 and is no longer with the university.


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