- The headline of
. Unfortunately, upon reading it I saw that the “no drama” narrative it advances glosses over one crucial point (the fact that the only district in the entire state to decide to stay fully remote for the rest of the year is located here) and completely ignores another. The latter point is the fact that students in Dayton City Schools are likely far further behind than any others in the state due to the district’s weekslong shutdown for all learning back in November and December. And Lord only knows how far behind the kids were before that. Sorry, folks: the drama has already occurred, and it happened inside people’s houses. No amount of kumbaya in Yellow Springs or Trotwood-Madison matters there. (Dayton Daily News, 2/22/21) But hey. , it sounds like Cleveland Metropolitan School District will soon be serving it up with both hands. (The 74, 2/29/21)
- You know where there’s really no drama to be seen? Lorain City Schools. Where
parrotscheerleaders, too. Of course, you will recall that the MJ was supportive of David Hardy’s turnaround plan too (you know, the one that actually worked to boost the district’s report card from an F to a D in less than one year). The headline of the editorial says this new plan “deserves [a] chance to succeed”. Call me petty, but I personally hope this plan gets the same exact chance that Hardy’s plan did. You know what I mean. (Morning Journal, 2/21/20)
. You can add the editors of the Morning Journal to the squad of happy
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