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Details: ideastream Education invites you to enroll in PBS TeacherLine--the premier online professional development resource delivering courses online for PreK-12 teachers. Check out the extensive list of online classes by subject area and date.

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Instructional Technology

Details: Ideastream Public Media’s Education Department provides a wide array of Professional Learning opportunities to thousands of educators in over 200 school districts in an eleven county area in Northeast Ohio. Our technology training services can be tailored to a district’s needs and can be provided upon request. We provide the availability of graduate credit for workshops that meet

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Network Council Ideastream Public Media Education

Details: The Network Council provides a forum for the professional sharing of information related to the integration of educational technology and content in preK-16 instructional settings. Additionally, the Network Council members serve as communication liaisons between ideastream Education and their respective school systems, organizations, and

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IdeaKids: Your At Home Learning Companion

Details: Join Ideastream Public Media Education and fellow IdeaKids for virtual screenings featuring well-known and loved PBS KIDS characters. Participants will watch an episode of the featured character, and families will then participate in a hands on activity using materials you already have in your home! This unique virtual event, for both parents and kids, will give parents insights into the

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The Career Path Less Taken

Details: Against the backdrop of Ohio's looming skills gap, The Career Path Less Taken travels across the state to innovative career-tech education programs (CTE) that are preparing young people for the jobs of tomorrow. The Career Path Less Taken challenges traditional notions of success by demonstrating that there are many pathways to skilled jobs that do not require a four-year college degree.

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American Graduate: Getting to Work

Details: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) announced a grant of $260,160 to WVIZ/PBS ideastream for the American Graduate: Getting to Work initiative to help advance education and career readiness locally. Of the 19 PBS stations receiving grants, Ohio was awarded a statewide collaborative grant.

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Education Inequality The Sound of Ideas

Details: -Ansley Erickson, Assistant Professor of History and Education, Columbia University, Author ofMaking the Unequal Metropolis-Dave Backer, Visiting Professor of Social Foundations of Education, Cleveland State University-Ronnie Dunn, Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Cleveland State University, Co-author of Boycotts Bussing and Beyond: The History and Implications of School Desegregation

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Say Yes To Education Cleveland Connects

Details: To help these students, CMSD, the Cleveland Foundation and other community partners are working to bring a program called “Say Yes to Education” to the city. Say Yes would give the CMSD $15 million over six years to coordinate tutoring, after-school and summer programs, legal assistance, and mental and physical health support services

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Resettlement Agencies Struggle with Education

Details: “Our education team, as well as our resettlement case managers, work with the public schools to ensure the kids are enrolled in time in the appropriate grade level.” But until six weeks ago, many of those schools were virtual-only, making everything from evaluation to placement more difficult.

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Abrupt Changes To Education Take A Toll On

Details: Doris Santoro, Ed.D., professor of education at Bowdoin College who has studied teacher burnout and demoralization, says that educators have experienced an unsustainable level of intensity during the pandemic. [Doris Santoro]

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Ohio's Constitutional Update Could Eliminate School

Details: Gutting public education. Public school advocates howled when they heard about Readler’s proposal – especially when they noted Readler is the chairman of the Ohio Alliance of Public Charter Schools. “To remove the standard from the Constitution would be devastating to public education,” argues Bill Phillis.

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Learning Curve Ideastream Public Media

Details: Learning Curve is a statewide reporting project that examines the state of funding, opportunity gaps, curriculum, services offered and the impact of the pandemic. The series also explores what’s next for public education and how public educators, researchers, government officials and advocates are using the pandemic to improve public education for the future.

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Cleveland teachers say they're teaching history, not

Details: Two education bills being mulled over by legislators in Columbus would ban the discussion of “divisive subjects” like racism and sex in K-12 schools. They’re known as the “critical race theory” bills. However, teachers and students in Northeast Ohio say critical race theory is not being taught in the classroom.

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Study: Education, Interactions Can Change

Details: People learn about racism and its effects on health from specific moments or events, according to a new study published this week in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.. Cleveland State University assistant professor Colleen Walsh, who co-authored the study, says those perspective transformations could be meaningful interactions, like witnessing or really seeing racism, …

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What Teachers Have Learned From Pandemic

Details: What Teachers Have Learned From Pandemic Education. Teaching became a lonely profession during the pandemic, as educators struggled to connect remotely with students. But online tools are likely to be an increasing part of education long after schools reopen. [Lauren Green / WKSU]

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The Impact of Foster Care on Students' Education

Details: Children ages five to 17 make up the largest group of children in foster care, and just under 60 percent of these kids will experience at least two to three living placements, according to the National Working Group on Foster Care and Education. That can really set back a student's learning.

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How Online Education is Changing School in Ohio

Details: The Ohio legislature's recent passage of Senate Bill 316 encourages "blended" education - schools that mix online work with time spent with a teacher, or districts using more online learning in existing schools. Creating more of a blended approach is …

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CSU Students, Faculty Concerned Over Lack Of Universal

Details: Cleveland State University is not mandating vaccines for all students, faculty or staff, opting instead for an education campaign starting Tuesday meant to encourage vaccination. That decision has caused concern for some students, parents and faculty who worry about the ongoing coronavirus surge across Ohio.

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Science + Mathematics Think-In

Details: Professional learning day for Pre-12 Educators. The 2017 Science + Mathematics Think-In drew over 175 educators from Northeast Ohio to the Idea Center for a day filled with professional learning opportunities in Science and Mathematics instruction.

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How reading aloud can help you bond with your kids and

Details: Siriboe is a Baltimore-based early childhood literacy consultant with a Ph.D. in early childhood education. She has researched education strategies and student leadership development all over the world and says reading aloud can help people with stress management, hope and resilience.

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Q & A: The Future of Ohio's Fair School

Details: So, kids in districts with lower property values end up losing out on an equitable education. The Ohio Fair School Funding Plan would address that in a multitude of ways. First of all, the state would establish a base cost for educating an average student in an average district. The state would also contribute $2 billion more annually to Ohio's

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Action Plan Seeks To Bridge Ohio’s

Details: A broad coalition of business and education oriented groups have put together an action plan to bridge the skills gap facing Ohio's workforce. The plan--released to the public today-- focuses on creating pathways to post-secondary educational attainment so …

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Cleveland Mayor Jackson Cites Progress, Work

Details: One solution, said Jackson, is the Say Yes to Education program that provides support services and college scholarships, which the city has applied to join. Jackson also suggested the use of virtual reality in the city’s classrooms.

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Partnership Schools Prepare For September

Details: He is an education innovator who was the founding president of St. Martin de Porres High School in Cleveland. Clark is now the founding director of Partnership Schools Cleveland. Also in the discussion: Portia Gadson. She is the Enrollment and Recruitment Coordinator for Partnership Schools Cleveland. And Christian Dallavis is the assistant

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Redlining, Racism Still Hurt Property Values

Details: The story of the inequity facing many predominantly Black school districts in Northeast Ohio can be directly connected to a wrought history of systemic racism, starting with the redlining maps drawn for banks in the 1930s that deemed certain communities not suitable for home loans, said Piet van Lier, an education policy analyst at Policy

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Cleveland Clinic Creates New Hospital Space

Details: Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University are converting their new health education campus into a 1,000 bed hospital space, to help handle the expected surge of COVID-19 patients, said Dr. Ed Sabanegh, president of the clinic’s main campus.

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Lawsuit Filed Over Kasich School Board

Details: Many things the state board of education votes on, such as the budget, need to go through the legislature and the governor. But the state board of education sets statewide policy on education and hires the state school superintendent. So governors have long wanted more of their own people on the board.

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Local School Funding Problems: Urban

Details: Ohio's school funding debate will heat up in the coming weeks. Four years ago the state Supreme Court ruled that Ohio failed to provide a thorough and efficient system for educating its citizens. It targeted the state's reliance on local property taxes to pay for education as the culprit, and ordered the General Assembly to come up with a suitable alternative.

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K-12 School Funding: What Ohio Can Learn From

Details: In 1981, David Sciarra and the Education Law Center, a legal defense fund, sued the state of New Jersey, arguing against dramatic inequities in how K-12 students were being educated. The class-action lawsuit represented 20 students from poor urban districts, but the situation was impacting children across the state.

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NewsDepth A+: Cuyahoga Heights High School Spanish Club

Details: During Hispanic Heritage month, club members are also selling bracelets, or pulsera in Spanish, to help raise money to fund educational programs in Nicaragua and Guatemala which do not provide free public education. The Pulsera Project also helps provide trade skills for the workers in Central America who make the bracelets.

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Students Need To Be In Classrooms, With Masks, This Fall

Details: U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona has a message for schools across the country ahead of the new school year: Students need to be in classrooms. "That's where students learn best," Cardona told NPR's A Martínez. "Schools are more than just places where students learn how to read and write — they're communities. They're like second

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Ohio Report Card declines show most vulnerable districts

Details: School district report cards for the 2020-2021 school year released Thursday by the Ohio Department of Education show that the pandemic has been bad for education and particularly tough for students in poorer, urban districts. The department of education warned districts statewide to brace themselves because results are down this year.

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The Sound of Ideas Community Tour: Lorain

Details: The Sound of Ideas traveled to Lorain for a community conversation about public education. Lorain's schools have performed so poorly they're now under state control. Newly appointed CEO David Hardy, Jr. will release a turnaround plan soon with a focus on the kids. We got out of the studio for a community conversation in Lorain on September 28

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Ohio's Higher Education Affordability Problems

Details: Ohio Governor James Rhodes, who died early this month, took to his grave a reputation for commitment to higher education. When Rhodes took office in 1963 there were only 6 institutions of higher learning that received any state subsidy. 20 years later, at the close of his final term, Ohio's higher education system included 14 4-year campuses, a number of branch locations, and about two dozen

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DeWine Signs Bill Prohibiting Vaccine Mandates At Ohio

Details: The provisions, which were added as amendments to House Bill 244, say a public school or state institution of higher education shall not require an individual to receive a vaccine that has not been granted full FDA approval.

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Challenge: Education

Details: As the orchestra’s V.P. of Education and Community Engagement, Joan Katz Napoli said it was an easy decision. “There was a fee that was charged for each school, and during COVID, more than a year ago now, many schools just didn't have the budget to participate because they were having to spend their resources on PPE or virtual,” she said.

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Second Cleveland Mayoral Debate Highlights Candidate

Details: Updated: 11:33 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021. The seven candidates to succeed Frank Jackson as mayor of Cleveland spent Tuesday night's debate differentiating themselves on topics including public education and economic development.. On the topic of public education, there was widespread consensus that more investment is needed into job preparedness and wraparound …

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Ohio Colleges, Schools Will Receive

Details: The Ohio Controlling Board on Monday approved requests to appropriate additional CARES Act funding for schools and universities. The state Office of Budget and Management received approval for additional funds of roughly $200 million for higher education and $100 million for K …

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Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson delivers his final State of

Details: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, in his final State of the City speech, set out to explain what he will hand over to the city’s next leader. He made his points in his characteristically low-key style — not with grand rhetoric, but with budget numbers.

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Ohio's childhood obesity rate slightly higher than

Details: Housing, education, and employment policies rooted in structural racism impact a child’s health, nutrition and risks for obesity, Bussel said. “We have structural, or what others refer to as systemic, racism, which is race-based unfair treatment that’s been built into policies and laws and practices," she said.

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