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Parents are very worried their kids will get COVID-19 at school

(U.S.) – Nearly half of U.S. parents reported they are “very worried” that their children will contract COVID-19 at school or in childcare facilities.

ASHLAND – Mapleton High School student tests positive for COVID-19

(Orange Township, Ohio) – A Mapleton High School student-athlete, not currently attending classes on campus, has tested positive for COVID-19. School officials confirmed the information on Monday, October 12th. The Ashland County Health Department, according to reports, in collaboration with the high school school nurse, principal, athletic director and coach, is conducting contact tracing. Officials …

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Remote learning isn’t new: Radio instruction in the 1937 polio epidemic

A UNICEF survey found that 94% of countries implemented some form of remote learning when COVID-19 closed schools last spring, including in the United States.

The need for child care providers has never been greater!

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Ohio ITT Students to Receive $20.6 Million of Debt Relief Secured by AG Yost Students of the former for-profit school were victims of predatory loan practices

(Ohio) – Attorney General Dave Yost has secured $20.6 million in debt relief for former ITT Tech students in Ohio as part of a nationwide settlement with 48 attorneys general and the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Attorney General Yost applauds Big Ten’s decision to bring back fall sports

(Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is commending the Big Ten Conference for its decision to resume fall sports on campus.

ASHLAND COUNTY – Mental Health and Recovery Board seeks levy renewal in November

(Ashland, Ohio) – The Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County is seeking a levy renewal on the upcoming November ballot. Officials say dollars generated by the levy are essential and will hep provide: vital mental health crisis response services 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. help for those struggling with drug addiction. school-based outreach and …

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5 steps to choosing quality childcare for your kids

Our children are our world and determining who you will leave them with every day can seem like a daunting task.