K-12 Remote Learning; Journalism Layoffs Amid Coronavirus

Ohio K-12 schools will be distance learning until at least May 1st. [StankevskayaYlya / shutterstock]
Ohio K-12 schools will be distance learning until at least May 1st. [StankevskayaYlya / shutterstock]
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With Ohio schools closed until at least May 1st, how is remote learning going for K through 12 students? On The Sound of Ideas at 9, we'll hear directly from teachers across the state, who are going above and beyond to engage with their students online. And, we'll discuss how Ohio PBS stations are helping to fill the educational gap during this crisis. Then, how is the coronavirus impacting the media? We'll discuss layoffs in our region and across the country. 

Guests: 

-Eric Gordon, CEO, Cleveland Metropolitan School District 

-Jenny Hamel, Education Reporter, ideastream 

-Jameson Lowery, Kindergarten -2nd Grade Teacher, Near West Intergenerational School 

-Jen Wilson, 4th Grade Teacher, Eaton Community Schools 

-Tina Barta, Coordinating Teacher, Cleveland Clinic Lerner School for Autism 

-Tim Giulivo, Social Studies Teacher, Padua Franciscan High School 

-Mike Edelman, Director of Education, ideastream 

-Jan Leach, Professor of Journalism and Director, Media Law Center for Ethics & Access, Kent State University 

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