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The Fourth of July is around the corner, which means it’s almost time for kids to return to school.

Although the world is slowly opening back up, the Coronavirus hasn’t gone anywhere, and actually they say we are now seeing spikes of COVID-19, whether it’s because things are getting a little lapse or is it due to the fact that there is more testing available or possibly a combination of both, we will leave that to the experts, but as we start looking to the future in the fall and our children going back to school a new norm is being driven.  What does that new norm look like for city schools?  Superintendents are still not sure and are in need of guidance as well as money.

Superintendents from Ohio’s eight largest school districts say Gov. Mike DeWine and state school officials need to provide guidance as soon as possible to help them plan for the school year, they said they need clarification on several issues, including on how federal money set aside by Congress to deal with the coronavirus will be distributed and according to Eric Gordon, CEO of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District 40 percent of families in the district lack access to reliable internet access to effectively provide remote learning.  Read More

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