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June 9, 2015

State Education News

No school district would lose money under Ohio Senate's budget
Cleveland Plain Dealer                                                              6/9/2015

Every school district in Ohio should receive at least as much money from the state for the next two years as they do now, Ohio Senate officials said today as they released their proposed state budget for the next two years.


Ohio Lawmaker Wants Organ Donation Education In Every School
WBNS                                                                                 6/9/2015

On Tuesday, one local lawmaker will introduce a bill that hopes to dispel the myths about organ donation and find more donors.



National Education News

Sherrod Brown calls for legislation to change school testing
Cleveland Plain Dealer                                                              6/9/2015

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown on Monday called for the passage of legislation to limited standardized testing in the nation's schools.



Local Education News

Green school board agrees to $500,000 settlement to end lawsuit over bullying
Akron Beacon Journal                                                              6/9/2015

Three major decisions affecting Green Local Schools’ finances were settled in less than an hour Monday afternoon in a special meeting at the Central Administration Building.


Most 10th-graders pass graduation tests
Canton Repository                                                                  6/9/2015

More than 70 percent of Stark County's 10th-graders have passed a series of state tests required for graduation, early information from the Ohio Department of Education shows.


Ex-superintendent charged over misspent public money
Columbus Dispatch                                                                  6/9/2015

The Franklin County prosecutor filed charges of dereliction of duty and obstruction of official business against Bart G. Anderson, who led the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio until he resigned in 2013.


Committee recommends 2 for interim Youngstown school superintendent's post
Youngstown Vindicator                                                            6/9/2015

A committee of city school board, academic commission and community members recommended the former superintendents of Brookfield and Warrensville Heights school districts to the full school board to be named interim schools superintendent.



Higher Education News

Rhodes to host Board of Regents meeting
Lima News                                                                           6/9/2015

Rhodes State College will be host to an Ohio Board of Regents meeting this week.


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