Daily Rundown August 24, 2020

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Remote learning will be ‘drastically different’ this fall, school leaders say

Akron Public Schools athletics optimistic fall sports can return amid coronavirus pandemic

Akron Public Schools, CMSD provide pick up times for students on free meal plans during distance learning

DDN EXAMINATION: Online school still confusing, but expected to be better than last spring

Dayton schools close in on long-delayed headquarters move

Montgomery County releases 2019 Human Services report

Northmont will allow nearly 1,000 fans at football games; ‘the kids need it,’ a dad says

AACS welcomes new director of special education and pupil service

GCP not supporting Cuyahoga County Public Library levy frustrates some backers

Plans in place for return to school, Willoughby-Eastlake Schools superintendent says

University of Akron faculty union survey shows concerns about financial transparency, decision-making

Dayton to cut nearly $11M. But it’s not enough. Could lead to workforce cuts, mayor says

Caravan to travel through Dayton to raise awareness for 2020 Census

University of Dayton COVID-19 cases skyrocket in just 24 hours

University-bound students change course to Lorain County Community College; Research says they might be better off

34 students at UT now positive for coronavirus

'Census caravan' scheduled Monday in central Toledo

Cincinnati Public Library of Hamilton County launches new program to help CPS kids with remote learning

PX column: After sneak attack tax, local Ohio lawmakers agree quirky law needs fixing

YSU students work on adjusting to online, hybrid courses

Absentee ballot requests flooding Ohio elections boards like never before

Conservative lawmakers want to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID-19 response

Borges, charged in $61M bribery scheme and once Ohio GOP leader, owed and paid off IRS debts

Is Vote-by-Mail a Trap for Democrats? An Exchange.

Congress is deadlocked on a new stimulus plan. Could Trump go it alone on PPP?

Racism in US isn’t a big problem, Ohio Trump delegates say

AP EXCLUSIVE: US faces back-to-school laptop shortage

Zoom users report widespread outages worldwide

Coronavirus in Ohio: 637 new cases, three deaths reported Sunday


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