Education

Education

Ohio 529 Plan

Give the Gift of Higher Education for Graduation

By starting early, a college savings fund can grow with your child. Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers tax-free earnings and withdrawals for qualified higher education expenses, those costs required to attend any federally accredited educational institutions. ...
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The Road to 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Megan Knight and her sons, twins Gavin and Tyler, 6, and Casey, 2, frequent the Highland branch of the Medina County District Library. This year, the system joined other libraries

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Ohio Teachers go the Extra Mile in their Classrooms and Communities

Teachers help shape the minds of our children and their futures. In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Northeast Ohio schools have selected a few teachers to recognize and show gratitude for all they do. ...
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10th Annual Stop the Hate Contest Winners Named

Ten high school juniors and seniors competed for the title of grand prize winner at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s 10th Annual "Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out" essay writing contest. The top 10 essays were read as students vied for a chance to win the grand prize of a $40,000 scholarship.  ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

How the Wilson Reading System can Help Your Child

The Wilson Reading System (WRS) is a multi-sensory, research-based reading and writing program that is designed for use with individuals who have difficulty with written language in the areas of decoding (sounding out words) and spelling. WRS specifically addresses the learning style of students with a language-based learning disability; however, it is beneficial to any student lacking basic reading and spelling skills. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Communication Choices for Your Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child

The key to your child's language development and learning success is using two-way communication: interacting with your child and encouraging your child to interact with you. There is no one type of communication that is right for every child, and parents should obtain as much information as possible about the various options. Find an overview of five communication choices here. ...
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Top 25 ‘Stop the Hate’ Contest Finalists Announced

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announced the top 25 finalists for the 10th Annual "Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out" essay writing contest, which offers scholarships, awards and support for anti-bias education to Northeast Ohio students and schools. ...
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Hands-On Science: Area Schools Use New Teaching Technology

As science-based jobs continue to increase, it’s more important than ever for students to have a strong foundation in science. Many K-12 schools are finding new ways to teach science classes and engage students with the latest technology. ...
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