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Sept. 3, 2015
State Education News
Ohio building board cautions schools about barricade devices
Willoughby News Herald 9/3/2015
Ohio’s building standards board cautioned schools Wednesday against buying or installing barricade devices meant to stop active shooters until rules are developed for the devices.
Local Education News
Superintendents happy with state testing changes
Lima News 9/3/2015
Local superintendents say they are mostly happy with changes to state testing and the way the Ohio Department of Education is handling the transition.
Data show Coshocton County Career Center thriving
Coshocton Tribune 9/3/2015
Ohio’s career and technical schools are generally improving across the state, according to new data from the Ohio Department of Education.
Teachers and students testify about demand for ag educators
Farm and Dairy 9/3/2015
A group of ag educators and students made suggestions to the Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee Aug. 26, about ways to help close the teacher shortage gap.
Lorain eighth-graders make pitch to use cellphones at lunch
Lorain Morning Journal 9/3/2015
When eighth-grade students approached General Johnnie Wilson Middle School Principal Michael Scott for mobile phone use during lunchtime, he placed the responsibility on them.
Third Gun Discovered At a Columbus School In One Day
For a third time on Wednesday, a weapon was found at a Columbus school.
What to do when your child hates school
The last thing any parent wants to hear is their child say is, “I hate school.”
Higher Education News
More stress, less stigma drives college students to mental health services
PBS Newshour 9/3/2015
Rates of anxiety and depression among college students in the U.S. have soared in the past decade.