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"We need to open the discussion about how best to finance higher education in this state," Corbett said in a prepared statement.
POLAND, Ohio -- Dr. Daniel N. Ebert and his wife, Ruth, have given the Poland Schools Foundation for Educational Excellence $25,000. The funds will be used in support of science education at Poland Seminary High School.
It is the largest single gift to the foundation in its 20-year history, according to Dennis LaRue, foundation president. While the Eberts have given the foundation the $25,000 in a lump sum, they instructed that it be disbursed in 10 annual installments of $2,500.
LISBON, Ohio -- The Mahoning Valley Manufacturing Coalition is inviting interested manufacturers to attend an informational event on Feb. 17. Those who attend will learn more about why the organization formed, progress achieved to date and how to get involved.
CHAMPION, Ohio -- The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition is partnering with area career and technical centers to inform students about a surplus of skilled trade positions -- and good careers -- available for the taking.
GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Grove City College graduates boasted a 94% placement rate in jobs or graduate school within the first six months of graduation last year. The results point to the quality education of Grove City College students and dedicated work of the College’s Career Services Office, officials said.
“Many of our students are competing against experienced candidates, and our students are very well prepared,” noted Dr. Jim Thrasher, director of career services, associate professor of biblical and religious studies and humanities and a 1980 Grove City graduate.