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Sept. 22, 2015

State Education News

6 of Ohio's 12 largest school districts are in central Ohio
Miami Herald                                                                       9/22/2015

Ohio's largest school districts increasingly are being found in the state's central region, according to enrollment data from the Department of Education.


System flaw kept convicted teachers in classrooms
Columbus Dispatch                                                                9/22/2015

Jon Calloway never should have been allowed to return to the Champion Middle School classroom where he taught special-needs children.



Local Education News

Parents to CPS board: Backtrack on magnet change
Cincinnati Enquirer                                                                9/22/2015

CPS in August changed the rules for how students get seats at the most-coveted magnet schools, going from a first-come, first-served model to a random lottery.


Students learn texting is bigger threat than drunk driving
Newark Advocate                                                                  9/22/2015

Granville High School students got an eye-opener about the dangers of distracted driving Friday.


1 in custody after new North Fork threat
Newark Advocate                                                                  9/22/2015

Parents packed the Utica High School cafeteria Monday night after two threatening letters and a bomb threat were reported in the district within one week.


Educators plot lessons for students at Farm Science Review
This Week News                                                                   9/22/2015

Several central Ohio schools, including Northridge High School, Dublin Coffman High School and Fort Hayes Career Center, will take students to the review in connection with environmental-science and agricultural-education classes.


Officer Phil at local elementary schools this week
Zanesville Times-Recorder                                                       9/22/2015

The Officer Phil child safety program, in its 40th year, will be having presentations this Thursday and Friday at elementary schools in Muskingum County.



Higher Education News

More Help for College Men With Depression and Anxiety
Wall Street Journal                                                                9/22/2015

Concerned that they aren’t reaching enough young men, college counseling centers are making extra efforts to draw them in.


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