Education

Politics
5:45 pm
Fri May 11, 2012

PoliticsOhio: Ohio Schools Brace for Lower Grades

Ellen Belcher, who's filling in for Emily McCord, interviews state Sen. Peggy Lehner, a Republican from Kettering, about Ohio's decision to adopt a new grading system that many schools say will result in their getting poor report cards.

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Around the Miami Valley
10:30 am
Mon April 23, 2012

WYSO Weekend: April 22, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 22, 2012 containing the following stories:

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Jean Howat Berry about Cityfolk's Culture Builds Community culmination performance, Soul Rhythms.

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Alan Shaffer about the Dayton Progress Manufacturing Challenge scholarship program for area high school students.

-The latest installment of the SOCHE Talks: Why We Need a Renewable Energy Revolution

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Education
12:33 pm
Tue March 27, 2012

Ohio Lawmakers Strike Deal on Historical Documents

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A compromise has been struck between sponsors of an Ohio bill that would require students in grades 4-12 be taught the original texts of the state and U.S. constitutions, the Declaration of Independence and otherĀ  documents.

Different versions of the bill passed both Republican-led chambers of the state Legislature last year. But the Senate in January rejected the House changes to the bill. Lawmakers have been working out technical differences in a conference committee.

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Around the Miami Valley
10:31 am
Mon March 26, 2012

WYSO Weekend: March 25, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for March 25, 2012 containing the following stories:

-Changing Landscapes Brings Chinese Fiber Art to Dayton, by Juliet Fromholt

-WKSU's M.L. Schultze reports on a rare letter discovered in Cleveland from Mary Todd Lincoln.

-Jerry Kenney interviews Felice Nudelman, the newly appointed Chancellor of Antioch University.

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Education
9:11 am
Mon March 26, 2012

4 in 10 Ohio High School Grads Not College-Ready

The latest state data show four in 10 Ohio high school graduates need at least one remedial English, math or science course when they get to college. Gov. John Kasich wants to shrink that number, so state higher education
officials are working to set new statewide college readiness standards.

The budget Kasich signed last year gave institutions until the end of 2012 to identify the knowledge students need to be prepared for college-level coursework. It requires trustees to adopt the new standards by Dec. 31 and develop tests to go with them.

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