Year-Round Schools; Summer Kickoff; Statehouse Update

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For many kids, the school year is almost over. Some are already done for the summer.   But a number of kids will still be hitting the books and attending class for weeks, even months, to come.  We'll explore the concept of extended, and even year-round, school years. Is it a better way to teach? Plus, fun is in the forecast for summer.  We'll look at some of the big events headed our way.

Guests: 

Ed Weber, Principal, School of Science and Medicine, Cleveland Metropolitan School District  
Feowyn MacKinnon, Head of School, MC2STEM School, Cleveland Metropolitan School District 
Barry Gabel , Senior VP Marketing and Sponsorship Sales, Live Nation Network 
Sanaa Julien, CEO Public Square Programming and Operations, Public Square 
Danielle Weiler, Owner, NortheastOhioFamilyFun.com 
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief 
 

Resources:

LIVE NATION

Edgewater Happy Hour Concerts

Ohio Magazine: Summer Guide

Northeast Ohio Family Fun: Summer Guide

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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