Busing woes large, growing
Student transportation troubles have continued in two of Ohio’s largest cities as the school year has worn on. The list of problems in both districts is long, as enumerated in news coverage, but the list of possible fixes is small and difficult to enact.and to ask for help. and parents are increasingly vocal in their complaints. Technology is noted as both a problem and a potential solution. In all cases, only time will tell how it all works out.
Going the virtual route
It is perhaps not surprising, given the foregoing pieces, to learn that, a trend which began with the education disruptions of the pandemic and shows no sign of stopping yet.
Tiny ray of sunshine
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The view from Michigan
The Detroit News gave a nice, highlighting their different approaches to education and talking with parents as to why they chose individual schools.
Southeast Ohio Classical Academy is a charter school proposed to open in Athens next school year. The Athens Messenger hasnext fall.
More learning time
The editorial board of the New York Daily News touts Success Academy charter schools in a recent opinion piece. Specifically, the board notes the network’s longer school day and school year as a model for other schools to emulate if they are serious about providing more learning time for students.
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