Vaccination for school personnel
Yesterday, Governor DeWine announced that , as long as school leaders sign a document stating their intent to have students in buildings—either a hybrid or fully in-person model—for learning by March 1.
Grant dollars for charters
Apologies for the subscriber-only content in this link, but the news is so great that we had to share! We learned earlier this week that Philanthropy Ohio and the Ohio Department of Education awardedWhile the Gongwer story doesn’t note it, but the detailed list of awardees includes a number of charter schools and networks across the state. Kudos to all!
An in-depth piece published just after the first of the year looked at lessons learned in education at schools in the Dayton area during the fall pandemic-influenced semester.. It is hoped that these lessons will help improve remote and hybrid learning models going forward for as long as they are needed in 2021.
Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews produced a fantastic piece looking to. It’s an important canard to dispel. Here’s hoping he has succeeded at last.