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Education Matters in Northeast Ohio - 05/21/2014

NOCHE President Rob Briggs shares his thoughts about personalized learning through his new blog. Read more

Robert Briggs named president of NOCHE - 04/16/14

Organization seeks to raise significantly the region's educational attainment; technology, collaboration will be key tools for advancing education and economy Read more

Ashland Student Named NEO's Best Intern - 03/28/2014

The Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education (NOCHE) and Cleveland Business Connects Magazine announce the winners of The Expys, an event to recognize the best interns, intern supervisors, and internship programs in Northeast Ohio. Read more

Internship/Co-op Grants Announced - 03/11/2014

Nearly 2,500 students at Ohio community colleges, universities, and technical centers will benefit from new or expanded co-op and internship programs thanks to a state investment of close to $11 million over the next two years. Read more

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Education Matters in Northeast Ohio

Worthy of Better

The Ohio Department of Education last week issued report cards for the state?s schools and, unfortunately, the results are mixed. While 81 of the 234 school districts in Northeast Ohio earned As, 54 school districts earned Ds and Fs. Check out this chart created by the Northeast Ohio Media Group to explore report cards for […] click to read more

Not the Same Old Story

For the last few years, it?s been the same story: One time, it?s school board members angry with the superintendent. Other times, teachers are lashing out at administrators. Or, it could be community members disturbed with the state or the special commission established to ?fix? the schools. One side blames the other. But the results […] click to read more

Changing Minds

Decades ago, when I was a young lawyer in the military, I was assigned to defend a man accused of stealing military equipment. He insisted that he was innocent; and I was determined to prove it. I asked the judges for permission to have him sit in the audience alongside several other African-American men when […] click to read more

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