You’re invited: A not-to-be-missed virtual event
The Fordham Institute will be releasing a new report presenting up-to-date evidence about the performance of Ohio’s charter schools. At this online event—to be held on Wednesday, October 14, from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. ET—study author Dr. Stéphane Lavertu of The Ohio State University will present his findings, which are based on a rigorous analysis of student-level data from 2015–16 through 2018–19. The event will consist of a 20 minute presentation from Dr. Lavertu and include 20-25 minutes for Q&A. Please register to attend by clicking .
Charter school students to get to work
The pandemic will not, apparently, be enough to stop Buckeye Community School in Marion from fulfilling its goal of creating a workforce development pathway for its students. The brand-newat the same time.
A toolkit you can use
Refinancing a charter school facility is often harder than the original financing effort, but the benefits can be tremendous.navigate those treacherous waters.
Dayton City Schools moving to hybrid learning schedule
Dayton City Schools began the process of transitioning from all-remote learning to a hybrid in-person/remote model with an announcement last Saturday. Certain students with more hands-on coursework will begin limited in-person classes on Monday; other students will be phased in between October 15 and November 9.. Again.
More transportation concerns
And, as they did today when Dayton City Schools cancelled all busing services—including transporting charter and private school students as well as delivering meals to district students—out of “an abundance of caution”.