Education

Education
4:20 pm
Wed December 18, 2013

Beavercreek Schools Plan For New Funds, Including "Straight A" Award

Beavercreek City Schools is looking at bringing back bussing for its high school students.
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The Beavercreek City School Board will hold its first regular meeting Thursday since a dramatic levy recount in November. The levy passed, but the vote was so close it wasn’t made official until December. In the final count, the $10 million five-year levy squeaked through with a 33-vote advantage.

Time for a spending blitz? Not so fast.

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Education
4:32 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

Learn To Earn Dayton Selected For National Education Partnership

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A Dayton education initiative called Learn to Earn has been selected for a national partnership. The Lumina Foundation is giving 20 cities up to $200,000 for the project. It's part of an effort to prepare the region for the high paying jobs of the future.

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Education
8:35 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Ohio Attracting More International Students

More international students are going to college in Ohio.

A new report finds that international students studying at Ohio colleges increased 7.5 percent - to more than 28,000 - for the 2012-13 school year.

The report released Monday by the Institute of International Education puts Ohio at No. 8 nationally.

The Columbus Dispatch reports that the leading country of origin for foreign students in Ohio was China, which provided 41 percent of all international students. India and Saudi Arabia were next.

November 2013 Elections
9:35 am
Wed November 6, 2013

Beavercreek City Schools Levy Too Close To Call

A controversial school levy in Beavercreek didn't pass Tuesday, but the tally was so close it has triggered a recount. The levy failed in the first count by just 29 votes.

This is the fifth time Beavercreek Schools has asked voters for an additional levy, and this time the margin was tighter than ever. Still, it was certainly not a win for the school system.

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November 2013 Elections
5:39 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

New or Additional Ohio School Levies Face an Uphill Battle

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A new tax hurts a lot more than a tax you’re already paying—at least, that’s what Ohio voters seem to think.

In many parts of Ohio, the November 5, 2013 is all about levies to fund school districts, and passing new levies in “off” election years is an uphill battle.

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