June 15, 2021

Ohio

Abre.io Recognized for K-12 Education Technology Innovation in 2021 EdTech Breakthrough Awards Program | Ohio

CINCINNATI, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Abre.io (Abre), K–12’s leading administration platform provider to support the whole child, today announced that EdTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies and solutions in the global educational technology market, has selected Abre.io as the winner of its “Education Administration Solution of the Year” award for the second straight year in the third annual EdTech Breakthrough Awards program.

Abre is K-12’s most flexible platform for today’s complex learning communities, providing software apps and solutions to reduce tech stack fragmentation and leverage student information in and out

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OHIO announces Dr. Mateo Remsburg as Assistant VP for Enrollment Management and Director of Undergraduate Admissions

Dr. Mateo Remsburg has been selected to be Ohio University’s next Assistant Vice President for Enrollment and Director of Undergraduate Admissions (AVPEM). 

Remsburg brings an extensive 25 years of higher education enrollment and admission experience to OHIO, and has been at the University of Utah since 2002. His most recent role was Director of Recruitment in the university’s Office of Admissions, which he held since 2019. He has previously held admission roles at Park University and Avila University. 

“Dr. Remsburg brings broad experience in higher education enrollment, recruitment, and admission, and I am delighted to welcome him to OHIO,” Candace

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Ohio Statehouse observers are watching the Senate’s income tax cut, education plans

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Republican Senators, in proposing a 5% income tax cut in the two-year state operating budget, say they won’t use any American Rescue Plan coronavirus recovery funds to pay for the decrease.

The stimulus act prohibits the money from being used for tax cuts.

But could they still run afoul of the rules?

Complying with the rescue plan is just one of numerous concerns Ohio Statehouse observers have about the Senate’s budget bill. Another one is the school funding plan in the budget, which public education advocates are watching closely.

This week, the Senate Finance Committee is

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Strongsville woman, a University of Cincinnati student-athlete, drowns at lake in southwest Ohio

CINCINNATI, Ohio — A Strongsville woman who was a soccer player at the University of Cincinnati drowned Saturday at a lake in southwest Ohio, authorities say.

The UC athletics department released a statement confirming the death of Allison Sidloski, 21, a 2018 graduate of Strongsville High School.

“I am absolutely crushed for the Sidloski Family, our soccer team and the university,” UC soccer coach Neil Stafford said. “There’s no words for dealing with a tragedy on this scale.

“Ally was such a pillar of everything that’s right about our program. A great student, gritty and resilient player and a phenomenal

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Ohio Lt. Gov. Husted promotes use of career tech centers to drive students into jobs

Husted said the students are trendsetters and soon other schools will start to follow.

“What going to happen at a lot of our high schools is they are going to become what you already are. They’re just going to have to because the demand is going to be there,” he said. “If as a nation we want to compete against the rest of the world we have to have to have more students like you.”

Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted meets with six Miami Valley Career Technology College students and some of their employers as they discuss why vocational schools

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After Ma’Khia Bryant’s killing, Ohio State University students demand the college sever ties with Columbus police

Destiny Brown, a senior at the Ohio State University, breathed a sigh of relief in her dorm room on Tuesday when the guilty verdict came down for former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. But the moment of respite proved short-lived. Minutes later, she scrolled on Twitter and learned that a 16-year-old Black girl, Ma’Khia Bryant, had been shot and killed that afternoon by Columbus police.

“I can’t even begin to process the fact that we live in a world where people’s lives — regardless of what they’re doing, what they have going on, guilty or not, innocent or not —

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