Monthly Archives: May 2018
In this episode, Carole speaks with Alicia Mowry from the Delaware Area Career Center in Ohio about the state of career centers. They discuss the best time to start visiting career centers, how to use career centers to get ahead and what’s changed in the past 40 years.
“We talk to a lot of parents and they want to know how to stand out on a college application,” Alicia explains.
Carole speaks with John Carder, an Assistant Principal at Olentangy Liberty High School in Powell, Ohio and the Associate Director of the Ohio Small & Rural Collaborative. John talks about small town values, the advantages of smaller districts, the power of small schools banding together and how organizations like OSRC can help gain equity for small and rural schools.
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In this episode, host Joel Gagne speaks with Rich Hanson, District Administrator for the Almond-Bancroft School District in Wisconsin, about his experiences in working to get ballot initiatives passed. They discuss why town halls don’t always work, the importance of newsletters and socials in communicating your needs to your community, as well as the one thing that Rich would change about public schools.