The contest invited students to produce a 90-second video supporting the association’s campaign to “Stand Up For Public Schools.” OSBA launched the campaign in April 2014 to raise awareness about the importance of public schools and locally elected boards of education.
Jesse Sanders, who received his master of library and information science degree from Kent State University, said he does not believe libraries face a conflict between offering access to traditional books versus digital forms of information.
By Sue Botos Rocky River Most moms can relate to the morning Kristen Race described to an audience at Rocky River High School on Oct. 11. The author, mother of two and expert in child and family psychology, recalled when the combination of being up all night with a sick child plus a torn seam […]
“I’m talking specifically about the disproportionate punishment of people who really didn’t do very much wrong – this weird surveillance society that we’ve created for ourselves since the advent of social media,” Welsh writer and documentary filmmaker Jon Ronson said in a 2015 interview with NPR.