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Sept. 4, 2015

State Education News

Ex-Ohio education official puzzled data gurus with requests
Associated Press                                                                     9/4/2015

Data experts at the Ohio Department of Education were puzzled by some requests from a charter schools director whose decision to omit certain failing grades from sponsor evaluations led to his ouster, according to records released Thursday.



Local Education News

School Districts Work To Address Bathroom Policies For Transgender Students
WBNS                                                                                 9/4/2015

10TV checked with a couple of central Ohio school districts on any policies.


Lake Health purchases lifesaving products for area schools
Willoughby News Herald                                                           9/4/2015

In recognition of the dangers that the heat can pose to student athletes, Lake Health announced that it has purchased 12 Polar Life Pods for each Lake County high school and college it works with.


First report card leaves Mid-East room to grow
Zanesville Times-Recorder                                                         9/4/2015

Ohio’s career and technical schools are generally improving across the state, according to new data from the Ohio Department of Education.


City, schools interested in sharing garage
Ashtabula Star-Beacon                                                             9/4/2015

An old commercial building about to become the property of the city of Conneaut could be reborn as a garage used by the local school district and city street department.


Bucyrus Elementary Adopts ‘Leader in Me’ process
Bucyrus Telegraph Forum                                                          9/4/2015

The Leader in Me is a whole-school transformation model — developed in partnership with educators — that empowers students with the leadership and life skills they need to thrive in the 21st century.



Higher Education News

Schools, hospitals urged to separate
Toledo Blade                                                                         9/4/2015

Lloyd Jacobs, the former Medical College of Ohio president who led a merger with the University of Toledo, contends universities should no longer own or solely operate hospitals, citing “business risk,” new teaching methods, and other health-care changes


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