- I know we’re not supposed to talk about “Covid slide” among kids because there is no such thing. But perhaps someone needs to say it a little louder for the parents of the
in order to “get… them back on track”. Just sayin’. (10TV News, Columbus, 8/3/21) While the aforementioned families are paying for private tutoring this summer, remember that school districts across the state have received hundreds of millions of dollars to, theoretically, do the same work. . To wit: A (likely expensive) new purchased service called Naviance which will “help us assist students in finding their ‘E’.” That is, focusing on a goal of either education (meaning higher education), enlistment, employment, or entrepreneurship. They are also spending big on a “digital wellness” initiative to help students “acquire the technology tools to gain a positive experience on their educational journey.” Looks like MT found their “E”, and it’s the same as every other school district: “expenditure”. (Record Herald, 8/3/21)
- The elected board of Youngstown City Schools is here said to have found its “E”. It is
- The elected board of Columbus City Schools has also found its “E”, it seems.
. Oh, and they’re changing their longstanding practice of completely separate buses and routes for district and charter/private/STEM students. Yeah. Probably should have led with that one. (Columbus Dispatch, 8/3/21)
reportersthe general public might have that passage of the Fair(ly deceiving) School Funding Plan actually addressed any of their concerns and to . (Columbus Dispatch, 8/2/21) In fact, the more “experts” quoted in the piece, the further . (Ohio Capital Journal, 8/3/21) To wit: “It has evolved to the point that next time.” Yowza. (Toledo Blade, 7/3/21) Not to be forgotten, I believe I have found my “E” among the preceding dross: “enervation”. . (Cleveland.com, 8/4/21) It seems that the point was to allay any concerns
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