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Ohio expands education benefits for veterans’ families
COLUMBUS -- Under a new Ohio law, the spouse or dependents of deceased veterans who move to Ohio receive immediate in-state tuition rates as...
Ohio State offers new major in sustainability
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Beginning this fall, undergraduate students at The Ohio State University with an interest in sustainability can put their passion into practice...
Event highlights link between education and national security
WASHINGTON, D.C.--The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Council on Foreign Relations, hosted an event recently to discuss an Independent Task Force...
Four-week class lets you explore farming career
The Countryside Conservancy is offering the Exploring the Small Farm Dream self-assessment short course at Church of the Valley in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Peninsula, Ohio.
Would you fail a basic civics test? Most would…
More than 60 percent of Americans can't name on of their two U.S. Senators.
Ohio middle school student turns ‘the grain elevator’ into catchy project
A 'lighter-side' story and a history lesson you can sing to.
Teachers may be real people after all
There is no other relationship quite like those of teacher-student, and the shadow of some of those connections follow the student for a very long walk in to adulthood.
Home study courses available for livestock producers through Penn State...
BEDFORD, Pa. -- Are you looking for more information to help make your livestock enterprise more profitable? Penn State Extension will be offering three Extension Home Study Courses this winter, beginning Feb. 1, 2012.
Stories shed light on simpler life
My paternal grandfather and his brother Sam told some great stories about the 'kid wagon' that came through the old country neighborhood to carry the children to the one-room schoolhouse.
Cornell’s Legacy Project captures insight of our elders and shares it...
ITHACA, N.Y. -- When he turned 50, Karl Pillemer began to notice some differences in his perspective on life. This led Pillemer to ask: Is there something older people know that the young don't about how to live?