State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria; Women of Note 2017

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From cutting the number of state tests to strengthening graduation requirements, it's been a robust year for education policy debate in Ohio. State Schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria, joins us to discuss his first year in the job and the challenges and opportunities facing students.   Then,  we'll meet some of the 2017 Women of Note, to be honored by Crain's Cleveland Business. We'll learn their stories and get their perspectives on leadership, gender issues in the workplace and their advice for the next generation of business women.

Guests: 

Paolo DeMaria, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Ohio 
Anne Noonan, President and CEO, Omnova Solutions 
Kirsten Ellenbogen, President and CEO, Great Lakes Science Center  
Jodi Berg, President and CEO, Vita-Mix Corporation   
Constance Hill-Johnson, Owner and CEO, Visiting Angels, Cleveland  
Elizabeth Newman, President and CEO, Centers for Families and Children  
Doreen Cannon, President, Plumbers Local 55

 

For More Information:

The City Club of Cleveland website

Crain's Cleveland Business: Women of Note 2017
 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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The Sound of Ideas

State Superintendent Weighs In On Issues Facing Students

Jul. 13, 2017
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The Sound of Ideas

Crains' 2017 Women Of Note Discuss Paths To Success

Jul. 13, 2017
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The Sound of Ideas

Crain's Women Of Note Talk About Overcoming Setbacks...

Jul. 13, 2017
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