Daily Rundown July 13, 2020

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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 minority students

Cincinnati-area contact tracers say they're getting good response when they call about coronavirus

It's a two-man mayor race: Sittenfeld announces Cincinnati 2021 mayoral run

In this election year, Ohioans want to rise above the numbers

How will Ohio schools hold fall classes as coronavirus cases rise?

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s economic panel says wearing masks key to overcoming coronavirus

State to release $300 million in coronavirus funds for K-12 schools, colleges

Chief Justice Speaks Out On Masks, Rights And "Duty To Fellow Ohioans"

Ohio has history of misconduct cases involving public officials

Ready or not: Election costs soar in prep for virus voting

Trump Back-to-School Threats Pressure Educators Fearing Covid

College online plans put foreign students in bind amid threatened deportations

Coronavirus in Ohio: 1,378 cases, 22 deaths reported Sunday

Coronavirus: Ohio spike not yet seen at hospitals


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