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State of Black Education

Anne Evans Anne Evans State of Black Education

It is not a coincidence that by most measures, students throughout the African Diaspora feel they are being #left behind. Ohio is among the six lowest states in the nation to graduate black students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Some leaders say the systemic issues start at the preschool level, from […]

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Exhale: Breathing Change into Schools

  Exhale: Breathing Change into Schools

Come enjoy an afternoon of eating, drinking, music, and family-friendly activities. Youth Yoga Project will have opportunities to participate in engaging wellness stations. A silent auction filled with amazing packages will be available to all. So, what’s stopping you? Let’s come together to make 2019-2020 a year for wellness, mindfulness, and yoga in schools.

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Acquiring More Referrals for your Client-based Business

  Acquiring More Referrals for your Client-based Business

Sales are the lifeblood of your business. But we don’t like to focus on selling — we’d rather focus on serving our clients. That means we love receiving referrals because it shortcuts the selling process and generally brings great clients right to us! In this workshop, we’ll talk about the small changes you can make […]

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CEA President Speaks Out Against District Use of “Scabs” in Event of Strike

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega CEA President Speaks Out Against District Use of “Scabs” in Event of Strike

Negotiations are going well on the new contract between Columbus City Schools and the Columbus Education Association (CEA), says CEA president John Coneglio. Still, the Board of Education’s plan to use alternative staffing in the event of a strike has union members concerned.  CEA, the union which represents the more than 4,000 teachers who work […]

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New Superintendent Promises Better Days for Columbus Schools

Grant Walters Grant Walters New Superintendent Promises Better Days for Columbus Schools

Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon spoke about the district's progress and prognosis at a community engagement event last week

New Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon imagines a new future for the district. Last week, at a community gathering at the King Arts Complex in King-Lincoln, she acknowledged the shortcomings of the school system to date and articulated a plan to change course. Columbus Board of Education, staff and stakeholders from Columbus City […]

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The Medicare Academy – Medicare Education for Everyone

  The Medicare Academy – Medicare Education for Everyone

The Medicare Resource Center has designed small workshops to educate future Beneficiaries seeking to understand the basics of Medicare. We break down Part A, B, C and D so you gain clarity for decision making. Our limited seating classes provide an enriched learning experience and give attendees a chance to ask questions and meet our […]

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Chef & The Somm: Piedmont, Italy – Wine Dinner Series

  Chef & The Somm: Piedmont, Italy – Wine Dinner Series

The second dinner in The Chef and The Somm series, will feature 5 courses from Chef Richard paired with Piemontese selections chosen by our Sommelier Chris Dillman. No wine region outside of France possesses more world class vineyards than Italy’s Piedmont. Here, in the foothills of the Alps, a diverse group of unique grapes varietals […]

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