- A recent
became the law of the land in Ohio when it was linked and quoted in Gongwer the other day. Wait. What do you mean that’s not how Gongwer works? (Gongwer Ohio, 9/7/21)
- Back in the real world, the CEO of that nameless lagging district (OK, it’s Youngstown) got high marks—and a $10K bonus—from the Academic Distress Commission (which still runs the show for now) in his most recent performance review. (Mahoning Matters, 9/8/21) Far be it from me to tell the Youngstown ADC their business, but this year’s never woulda happened under Krish Mohip. Just sayin’. (Mahoning Matters, 9/9/21)
. These are the roadmaps by which control of those districts will be returned to the elected boards, following new ADC rules enacted in the state budget. Two of the three are well on their way to meeting that deadline. One seemed to be lagging as of earlier this week. (Vindy.com, 9/7/21) Meanwhile,
- The folks who are planning to launch the fantastic-sounding (and –looking) Greater Dayton School—a non-sectarian private school aimed solely at providing academic excellence for students from under-resourced communities—seem to be taking pandemic learning loss seriously. As you might expect. They just announced that . Yahoo! (Dayton Daily News, 9/5/21)
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