Ohio House Speaker on Voucher Program Overhaul; 2020 Census; Science Café: ISS
The Ohio House and Senate are far apart on a fix for the EdChoice voucher program, which allows students at poor performing schools to leave with a voucher for private school. Without action, more than 1,200 schools would be eligible next school year, nearly triple the number last year. House Speaker Larry Householder says the vouchers should be tied to financial need instead of state report cards. We'll discuss on The Sound of Ideas. Then, the decennial count of American citizens begins in earnest next month. We'll discuss why the U.S. Census is so imporant and efforts being made to assure an accurate count. Plus, a Science Cafe conversation about NASA Glenn's role in powering the International Space Station.
February 10, 2020
The Music Box Supper Club - Concert Hall
Presentation and discussion is from 7:00–8:00pm.
Tuesday, February 11 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Roberta Steinbacher Atrium (1st Floor)
-Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder (R-Glenford)
-Dr. Deirdre Mageean, PhD, Professor of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
-Devonta Dickey, Advocacy and Engagement Coordinator, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
-Dr. Dwayne Lehman, DSc, Partnership Coordinator, Philadelphia Regional Census Center, US Census Bureau
-Kate Warren, Research Associate, The Center for Community Solutions
-Spencer Furin, Electrical and Aerospace Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center
-Col. Douglas Wheelock, Astronaut & Associate Director of Safety and Mission Assurance, Plum Brook Station