State Superintendent Weighs In On Issues Facing Students

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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. We're joined by State Schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria, who weighs in on issues facing students as well as his experiences in his first year on the job overseeing public schools in the state.

 

For More Information:

The City Club of Cleveland website

Guests: 

Paolo DeMaria, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Ohio  

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