Daily Rundown August 31, 2020

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The Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools welcomed more than 7,800 students back to classes Aug. 24 -- held remotely because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Several Akron Public Schools coaches favor return of fall sports amid COVID-19 pandemic

Northmont begins new year with family advocate

Q&A: Creating Safe Spaces For Cleveland Kids To Learn

Agreement lets students attend Orange schools for one year

University of Dayton president responds to COVID-19 outbreak on campus

Reynoldsburg schools to move to hybrid learning Sept. 21

Some central Ohio colleges won’t publicly report COVID cases

Check this list to see if you’re one of 115K voters who could be purged from Ohio’s rolls

Ohio schools paying big bucks for pandemic precautions

Two state senators concerned about potential repeal of HB 6 without replacement

Higher Ed’s Most Successful Failure

Ohio teachers get free virtual suicide prevention training for distance learning

Yost probe of possible election fraud on HB 6 fizzled as people clammed up, disappeared

Coronavirus concerns force election officials to get creative

Voting groups scramble to reach college students in pandemic

Voters mostly confident about election integrity, although Trump supporters are uneasy, poll finds

More Ohio teachers are retiring. Is COVID the reason?

Second stimulus checks: Blame game continues as $1,200 direct payments stalled

New CDC report shows 94% of COVID-19 deaths in US had contributing conditions

Coronavirus vaccine on track for FDA approval by end of 2020, says Operation Warp Speed official

Ohio reports 922 new coronavirus cases, 2 deaths: Sunday update

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