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“He just commands the best out of you when you’re tired and you feel like you can't do any more,” said Oberlin High School senior Caleb Peterson, who has had “Russ” as a teacher every year since ninth grade and is taking three of his courses this year. “The lessons he’s taught me on the court or in the classroom will stick in my heart.”
Economist Emily Oster and her co-authors found that learning loss was far worse in districts that kept classes fully remote, and that declines in reading scores were greater in districts serving predominantly poor and non-white students.
This is in spite of the fact that, in 2017, Ohio mandated more comprehensive screening for gifted status in the early grades. Historically, even some students who received that status have gone without gifted services.
Ohio’s ‘Shipwreck Camp’ Delivers A Treasure Trove Of Summer Science Learning With The Search For Sunken Boats In Lake ErieFor two intense weeks each July, the camp through Case Western Reserve University immerses students aged 12 to 16 in the world of shipwrecks and how to explore them.