Here’s a nice look atsince the beginning of the school year.
The Dayton Daily News took. The pandemic seems to have led to overall enrollment declines across the board for brick-and-mortar schools, but there are some interesting outliers in all categories bucking those trends. Some substantially so.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently releasedduring the pandemic.
Columbus City Schools has returned elementary school and several other groups of students to a hybrid in-person schedule, necessitating school bus transportation for district students for the first time since March, 2020. Unfortunately,. One charter on the city’s south side has been by the district. And the rancor is escalating, leading to .
Maximum flexibility for minimum hours
With harsh winter weather blanketing much of Ohio recently, discussion of the place of snow days in a remote-learning world has ramped up. The Ohio Department of Education took to the media to remind schools thatthat have guided school-year schedules since 2014. Thus, they have the flexibility to call off school due to weather concerns (even on remote days), staff professional development (or vaccination days), and even screen-free “mental health” days and not have to make up those hours.