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November 13, 2014

State Education News

State board rep. seeks middle ground in staffing debate
Newark Advocate                                                                11/13/2014

State Board of Education member Stephanie Dodd plans to draft an amendment she hopes will alleviate concerns about the "5 of 8 rule."



Local Education News

C-TEC sees burst of female welders
Newark Advocate                                                                11/13/2014

There's something funky about this year's crop of welding students at the Career and Technology Centers of Licking County — it's full of girls.


Cleveland Clinic Children's launches new mobile health units at local schools
WEWS                                                                              11/13/2014

Cleveland Clinic Children's latest venture is a mobile health unit that will park right outside schools in several Northeast Ohio communities.


Crisis teams will be at East High School today to help students deal with the freak accident that
Youngstown Vindicator                                                         11/13/2014

Crisis teams will be at East High School today to help students deal with the freak accident that resulted in the death of a classmate.


Austintown students get free laptops
WYTV                                                                              11/13/2014

Christmas came early for students at Austintown Middle School and Austintown Fitch High School on Wednesday. Every student in grades 6 through 12 received a Google Chromebook for use in the classroom and at home.


Crumbling schools brings more construction
Cincinnati Enquirer                                                               11/13/2014

From Lebanon to Newport, thousands of students are walking around construction sites on their way to schools being remade for the future.


Warren superintendent says district couldn’t locate disabled girl
Youngstown Vindicator                                                         11/13/2014

Warren City Schools superintendent says the visually impaired 15-year-old girl police found in unclean conditions Tuesday in a Beck Street Southeast home last attended Warren City Schools about 18 months ago.


Sunnier financial forecast brings teachers back
Mansfield News Journal                                                         11/13/2014

Mansfield City Schools' financial oversight commission reinstated three teacher positions and hinted several more may be on the way in light of more optimistic financial projections for the district.



Higher Education News

Tuition and Borrowing Growth Slows
Inside Higher Ed                                                                  11/13/2014

College prices are still climbing, but they’re doing so at a slower pace than they were for the past several years…


Are Ohio students getting better at managing college debt?
Columbus Dispatch                                                               11/13/2014

After four years ranked among the 10 states where students graduate with the most college debt, Ohio slipped off that list this year.


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