Daily Rundown July 28, 2020

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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-19 concerns

Akron voters to consider charter changes dealing with use-of-force recordings, competitive bidding, among others

Sandusky students, staff test positive for COVID-19

Miami University announces online start to fall semester

Columbus officials set earlier closings for bars, restaurants; recommend against in-person learning

More schools taking online-only option for fall, most offering some in-person instruction

Householder’s refusal to quit creates tough decisions for Ohio House GOP

U.S. diplomatic footprint in China shrinks as tensions between Washington and Beijing intensify

What we know about the next round of coronavirus stimulus checks

New hand sanitizer warning: FDA says nearly 90 products may contain methanol

Mapping Ohio’s 85,177 coronavirus cases: updates, trends as cases slow, hospitalizations increase


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