Posted Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Senior year of high school may feel like a victory lap for many students who can put their academic career into cruise control for a farewell tour of adolescence. With the Ohio Graduation Test behind them, credit hours accumulated and college acceptance already in hand, life can become one big study hall. State education leaders are aiming to change that: with college courses, vocational training or apprenticeships. Making senior year count, with host Mike McIntyre Wednesday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Chancellor Jim Petro, Ohio Board of Regents
Rosemary Sutton, Vice Provost and Professor, Education, Cleveland State University
Mark Freeman, Superintendent, Shaker Heights City School District
Bob Scott, Superintendent, Avon Lake City Schools
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