Daily Rundown July 31, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Axiom says talks with city to determine if rezoning remains on ballot Cuyahoga County Health Board Recommends Schools Begin Remotely & No Sports Two suburban school districts finalize facilities master plans during uncertain times Local Republican suspends campaign until Summit County GOP addresses its role in state corruption scandal Remote learning, Sept. 8 start for Toledo Public Schools COVID-19 cases recorded in schools PX column: Hamilton County parks' surprise tax levy is 'complete tone deafness,' ex-Cincinnati mayor says Central Ohio child care centers waiting on

Daily Rundown July 30, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Dayton Public Schools goes online for at least first quarter EmpowerCLE internet connection plan accelerated because of the coronavirus pandemic Auditor's Office to disburse property tax revenue Pepper Pike town hall on Beech Brook rezoning has residents making their cases as election approaches Local school district plans 'soft opening' to help students, teachers adjust to COVID-19 practices West Geauga Schools Unveil Reopening Plans Lakewood City Schools superintendent confident district ready with multitiered pandemic reopening plan Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson extend

Daily Rundown July 29, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron Public Schools prepares for remote learning during first quarter Charter school administrators petition for Dayton Public to bring back yellow bus transportation Amherst Schools postpones reopening, introduces online learning option Amherst Schools: Strict fall rules aim to avoid another shutdown Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Foundation to provide thousands of students with internet hotspots, computers Ex-Dayton employee RoShawn Winburn seeks probation, not prison All students at Columbus City Schools will start the school year learning remotely Pickerington principal

Daily Rundown July 28, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron school board punts on asking for a levy — for now Akron Public Schools will start year remotely for at least first 9 weeks Charter schools protesting DPS busing plan Reopening Report Card: Cleveland Metropolitan School District works to close digital divide Gahanna-Jefferson sets two options for 2020-21 school year, delays start Amherst Schools push back fall start by a week Cleveland Heights-University Heights school board makes move for reduced 4.8-mill levy in November Trump and Biden will come to Cleveland for 1st debate after Notre Dame backs out due to COVID-1

Daily Rundown July 27, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Ohio's 8 Largest School Districts Begin Making Changes Just Weeks Before Reopening Reaction pours in after Cleveland schools announce plan for the upcoming school year Trump to spend millions in Northeast Ohio on TV ads New connections to jobs through Sinclair Community College Independence Local School District clarifies plans for fall Ashtabula County school districts plan for all outcomes Several University of Akron departments gutted by cuts, retirements North Ridgeville School District works out hybrid reopening for fall classes Lorain Schools CEO: Blended learning i

Daily Rundown July 24, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: With Beech Brook rezoning on fall ballot, Pepper Pike looks toward July 29 Zoom town hall meeting Sandusky judges agree to hire new probation officer First nine weeks at Cleveland schools will be remote, CEO Eric Gordon says Cleveland Heights teachers union demands to start school remotely Reopening University of Akron to cost $10 million, president says; timeline still in flux Twenty-two layoffs approved by Elyria Library board Gargasz: 'Marxist anarchists' and 'communists' should be shot, 'stacked like cordwood' Efforts to repeal HB 6 could have major implications for O

Daily Rundown July 23, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Plans unclear as Axiom withdraws city application Commentary - What’s next for Beech Brook? GCP gives thumbs down to proposed county library tax increase, backs Cleveland schools levy initiative Preparing students for changes this fall Chardon officials say safety focus of school plan President Donald Trump, Justice Department say Cleveland will see surge of federal agents to combat crime Barberton schools: 5 days a week, mask breaks and no busing for high school kids Springfield schools plan to return to class five days a week Perkins Schools looking at 5-day in-person r

Daily Rundown July 22, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Pepper Pike residents will vote on Beech Brook rezoning Nov. 3 Akron Public Schools Takes First Step to Put a Levy on the November Ballot Akron Public Schools Teachers Concerned with Starting Classes In Person This Fall Reopening Report Card: How bussing will change as a result of the pandemic Brunswick School District unveils draft plan for reopening in 2020-2021 Cleveland State forms groups to work on CSU 2.0 Coronavirus: Ashtabula council votes to encourage masks Here’s every Summit County school district’s reopening plan released so far Coronavirus: What’s Next for Oh

Daily Rundown July 21, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron schools may start year with online-only classes Is virtual learning better for your child's health? DPS: Continually responding, reevaluating reopening plans Ahead of reopen plan rollout, Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon advises to prepare for either remote learning or hybrid model Jefferson Area Local Schools reveal plans for fall amid COVID-19 Former president Scarborough on list of University of Akron faculty to be cut Akron councilman wants police unions to pay for officers’ repeated misconduct Akron City Council approves plan for 82-home development at former

Daily Rundown July 20, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Schools’ reopening plans differ on masks, online school, more AACS requests bond levy millage reduction Omega breaks ground on $11M Hope Center for Families New coalition tackles ‘digital divide’ in Cuyahoga County with $3 million fund University of Akron president warns of more job losses if union contract not ratified Barberton schools plan includes in-class five days a week and a remote learning option Parents concerned about back to school options and protocol Vermilion School District introduces limited capacity, online learning for next school year City census compl

Daily Rundown July 17, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: City of Pepper Pike receives Beech Brook initiative petition DPS plans to replace teachers, staff not returning to class this year APS leaders still mulling reopening plans Orange district proposes total remote or blended learning for fall Dayton's top employers drive forward through pandemic 'We can't let down our guard': Oberlin College president talks strategies for opening campus Ohio’s unemployment rate in June fell to 10.9% Keep the change, stores insist, and use plastic instead DNC chairman says Florida Dems did ‘the right thing’ returning PPP loan. Ohio Dems are k

Daily Rundown July 16, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Panel to explore viability of township taking over school property Coronavirus: Dayton teachers’ union boss: ‘Firmer’ school reopen rules would boost safety Beachwood Schools delay start date five days until Aug. 24, set safety guidelines for coming year Lakewood City Schools set to reopen Aug. 19; superintendent says ‘tough’ decisions await University of Akron trustees vote to eliminate 178 positions; faculty yell “Protect our students!” Be sure you're counted Youngstown City Schools CEO breaks down plan for virtual classes Ohio elections boards getting $23M from feds, b

Daily Rundown July 15, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Cleveland Metropolitan School District to reveal full reopening plan on July 24 Reopening Report Card: What parents can do now to protect kids when schools reopen New Brooklyn City Schools superintendent expects to soon announce school reopening plan United Way of Lake County announces 2020-2021 funding allocations Monitor says Cleveland and its police department hinder community group’s push for reform Masks are now mandatory in Akron. Here’s what you should know Higgins gets trial delay and makes corruption allegations NEW DETAILS: Centerville, Kettering schools pick da

Daily Rundown July 14, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: School in Akron may start at least a week late; I Promise schedule to match district’s How Business Can Help Fight Systemic Racism Notre Dame College among six NEO schools approved for PPP loans Beachwood starts conversation about racial equity VOICES: What state, local leaders and readers say about mask Phillips asks Ohio Supreme Court to reconsider rejecting voter fraud suit LCCC to receive funding for workforce training Survey: Most CPS families plan to send kids to school in fall, but child care concerns loom Columbus looking into whether hate groups are infiltrating

#AskBurges: How Should We Communicate Our Message?

Image credit: Ashley Griffin It is difficult to get someone’s undivided attention nowadays. Information and messaging is inundating everyone every day on every device. The result is many people are only kind of listening. People have developed the skill to tune out many messages. They scroll past them on their newsfeed; hurriedly find the small, often elusive ‘x’ to remove an ad from their screen; skim newsletters and e-mails; sometimes maybe make a choice even to not open an e-mail based on the subject line; and merely glance at a piece of mail on the way to the recycling bin. So how do you get enough of someone’s attention to convey a message? Let me know when you figure that out because I

Daily Rundown July 13, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Say Yes to Education Cleveland Advance By Leaps & Bounds Despite COVID-19 Dayton Schools Will Temporarily Move Online If COVID Cases Arise Kirtland School Board names Chad VanArnhem superintendent Akron police force struggles to reflect city’s diversity University of Akron faculty fear permanency, perception of cuts in uncertain era 2020 Census: Opportunities to fill out Census on bus, van Parents split as school districts work on COVID-19 reopening policies Data shows inequities span cradle to grave for local black residents UT to focus on equity gap for underrepresented

Daily Rundown July 10, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: APS leaders give performance report to board United Airlines to lay off hundreds of employees at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport this fall Akron mask ordinance sets fines while exempting some for religious, health, other reasons Ex-city commissioner Joey Williams confirms early release, home confinement Despite plan, UD faculty and staff express concerns about reopening in pandemic Coronavirus: Dayton region hospitals seeing busiest rush of patients yet School districts ‘need to customize’ plans to reopen with COVID-19 Dayton, Montgomery County roll out van to hel

Daily Rundown July 9, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Survey respondents show support for multiple uses Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon recommends renewal of levy with increase Online Meet the Judges event planned for two Supreme Court candidates Legislation softens blow of funding cuts to area schools Northeast Ohio educator offers advice for summer learning slide Hiring outlook dim for second half of year Former Dayton city commissioner Joey Williams released early from prison BGSU recalls all furloughs planned amid pandemic Lucas County Children Services seeks renewal of operating levy Coronavirus: Columbus census count

Daily Rundown July 8, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Online or in person? How school changed this year, and what to expect this fall Cleveland schools voters could see tax increase on November ballot Cuyahoga County Council signs off on Hilton Downtown Cleveland bailout Critic launches effort to remove Barberton mayor Lucas County moving, consolidating polling sites for November election Ohio attorney general says Columbus can’t force state workers to wear masks Ohio Secretary of State issues 'Ready for November' directive to county election boards DeWine orders mandatory mask-wearing in Hamilton, Butler counties, starting

Daily Rundown July 7, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron leaders to address school reopening in virtual community forum Tuesday Dayton Public Schools plans to close schools in case of COVID diagnosis Beachwood Council passes ordinance requiring masks be worn in public indoor spaces Akron Eliminates Columbus Day, Establishes Welcoming Month Starting in 2021 Reduced staff in Elyria working to maintain services Columbus City Council puts teeth behind Mayor Ginther’s mask mandate Columbus library reverses course on reopenings after coronavirus spike Ohio elections boards must email or call absentee voters who don’t provide id

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