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Past articles by Eileen:

What to know about getting your student loans forgiven

Federal student loan borrowers now have more information about how to access student loan debt forgiveness, but people will need to apply to access relief. → Read More

Report card takeaway: Ohio still behind in math, literacy from pre-pandemic levels

Ohio state report cards show that kids are still behind in reading and math, though graduation rates are flat. → Read More

Dayton School Board approves former administrator as new business manager

The Dayton Public School Board approved David Lawrence, a former Dayton Public Schools administrator who went on to work at Northmont Schools, as a new business manager in a five to two vote on Tuesday night. → Read More

Low-performing Ohio schools should have consequences, think tank says

The Fordham Institute, a think tank focusing on education, suggested several ways to improve Ohio's schools. → Read More

National school test scores mirror Ohio trends, show biggest drops in years

National data on how far behind students are is mirror Ohio data, according to a new report. → Read More

Students focus on ‘how’ to get loans canceled; debate over ‘why’ continues

Borrowers can sign up for email updates on developing process → Read More

Dayton teachers still in negotiations, in shadow of Columbus school strike

Dayton Public Schools teachers started the school year working under the terms of a contract that expired in June. → Read More

Learn to Earn Dayton picks Schweikhart as new CEO

Stacy Wall Schweikhart has been named Learn to Earn Dayton’s next CEO. → Read More

Back to School: When local students start classes again

Detailed listings of school start dates for the 2022-2023 school year in the Dayton area. Many will begin classes the third week of August. → Read More

Dayton, Xenia school districts to host hiring events

Xenia and Dayton Public are holding hiring events soon. → Read More

Fairborn schools ROTC coordinator arrested on sexual battery charges

Fairborn schools ROTC coordinator Eriks Fricsons has been arrested and resigned from the district. → Read More

New effort pools schools’ resources to recruit more teachers of color

Ohio statistics show 30% of students are non-white, while only 5% of teachers are. → Read More

K-12 state testing starts amid ongoing COVID recovery

Tests showed Ohio students learned less than usual last year in reading and math. What will this year show? → Read More

New Wilmington College president wants to see school grow

Wilmington College president Trevor Bates plans to bring the college into the present. → Read More

Wright State students, alumni excited for Raiders in NCAA tournament

Wright State men's basketball is in the NCAA tournament, and students and alumni are already making plans. → Read More

Sinclair works with Miami Valley meals to provide food to needy students

Sinclair Community College and Miami Valley Meals are partnering to give food to students. → Read More

Yellow Springs drops mask mandate for downtown

Yellow Springs will no longer require masks in its downtown area due to low COVID-19 rates. → Read More

Chronic absenteeism rising in local schools, across Ohio

Chronic absenteeism rates have been rising across the state, but also across the area. → Read More

Archbishop shares pastries with students for Fat Tuesday at Dayton school

Archbishop Dennis Schnurr shared pastries with local students at Our Lady of the Rosary on Tuesday. → Read More

Yellow Springs schedules special meeting to discuss school buildings

Yellow Springs schools plan to have a meeting to discuss facilities at Mills Lawn Elementary on Monday. → Read More