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Sept. 2, 2015

Local Education News

Ohio's Oil and Gas Industry Helps Local Teachers Prepare for School Year
Daily Jeffersonian                                                                                9/2/2015

More than 75 educators headed back to the classroom this fall with additional knowledge, materials, science labs and experiments supplied and designed by the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program.


Ohio’s career-tech report card shows improvement among Stark County schools
Massillon Independent                                                                         9/2/2015

Stark County schools are doing a better job of preparing career-minded students for life after high school, a new state report card shows.


Schools’ ‘land lab’ lives up to billing
Newark Advocate                                                                                9/2/2015

It’s taken just two years for the new 56-acre Granville schools’ Land Lab to live up to its promise for becoming an outdoor science classroom and providing learning opportunities across all K-12 curriculum disciplines.


City Mills Technology saves Mansfield schools $338,000
Richland Source                                                                                   9/2/2015

City Mills Technology LLC entered into a one-year contract with Mansfield City Schools in May 2014. Since then, the company has saved and recovered at least $338,000 for the district’s technology department.


Stone Brewing CEO keeps vow to create special beer to help Watkins Memorial
Columbus Dispatch                                                                               9/2/2015

A major craft brewer is keeping its promise to a local high-school girl this month.


River Valley preschool classes offer fun with a purpose
Marion Star                                                                                         9/2/2015

When kids gather around a worktable with colorful markers to play “Coconut Tree” in Susan Barr’s preschool class, they seem to be having fun coloring and arranging letters to spell their names.


Attorneys disagree over firing of Lima teacher
Lima News                                                                                          9/2/2015

An attorney representing a woman whose teaching contract was recently recommended for termination by the Lima City Board of Education said his client was never employed by the school district…




College degrees make high school degrees more valuable
Cincinnati Enquirer                                                                               9/2/2015

The start of another academic year provides the perfect opportunity to re-examine the primacy of college education…


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