Ohio Budget Battle; Early Math Literacy; St. Patrick's Day Parade Book

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The Ohio House will meet in session Thursday where lawmakers possibly could vote to over-ride some of Governor John Kasich's budget line item vetoes.  The most contentious veto that could be targeted: the one that would end attempts to freeze Medicaid expansion enrollment.  It's an ongoing budget showdown that pits the Governor against his own party and it may not end soon.  Then, parents often enthusiastically support early reading and writing literacy for children.  But what about embracing early math skills? We'll discuss why math is such a tough sell for some parents.     Plus, the effort to document the rich history of the Irish in Cleveland turns up a new beginning for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Guests: 

Andy Chow, Reporter, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau  
Laura Overdeck, Founder, Bedtime Math  
Melinda Lipian, Itty Bitty Math Camp, Magnificat
Patrick Murphy, Director Emeritus, United Irish Societies of Greater Cleveland 
Margaret Lynch, Executive Director, Irish American Archives Society   
Maxie Jackson, Station Manager, Ideastream, 90.3 WCPN
 

For More Information:

Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade website

  • “The Day We Celebrate: 175 Years of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cleveland” book launch and panel discussion
  • Thursday, July 6
  • 6:30 pm
  • Louis Stokes Wing Auditorium
  • Cleveland Public Library
  • 525 Superior Ave.
  • Cleveland, OH 44114

Irish American Archives Society website

 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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New Book Chronicles History of Cleveland's St....

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Parents Encouraged To Engage Children In Early Math Skills

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