The Journal — OSBA’s flagship publication — features association activities, innovative articles, pictures and reports of direct interest to Ohio’s public education management teams. Published six times a year as a membership service, the Journal has a circulation of nearly 6,000. Recipients include school board members, superintendents, treasurers, business officials, legislators, State Board of Education members, other Ohio education associations, state school boards associations around the nation, college and university officials, and the news media.
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Summer academy helps Cuyahoga County students, by Gary Motz, OSBA editorial manager. Learn how the Cuyahoga County Regional Summer Academy is helping students succeed.
Loveland City Schools ramp up recycling, by Bryan Bullock, OSBA communication coordinator. Discover how the southeast Ohio school district made an extraordinary commitment to the environment.
Conference speakers offer rich mix of perspective, by Gary Motz, OSBA editorial manager. Learn about the enlightening and entertaining General Session speakers at the 2012 OSBA Capital Conference.
Challenging bullying, by Bryan Bullock, OSBA communication coordinator. Ohio educators and experts discuss combating bullying and improving school climate.
IB Program unites school in common purpose, by Julie Miller, International Baccalaureate coordinator, and Jacquie Mazziotta, communications director, Stow-Munroe Falls City.
Leaping into social media, by Sycamore Community City. Learn how the school district worked with its community to create Facebook, Flickr and YouTube pages that improved communication.
Infusing technology in school, by Bryan Bullock, OSBA communication coordinator. Oak Hills Local (Hamilton) works to make 21st century learning a part of every grade, every class, every day.
A 'wrap-around' system of care, by Gary Motz, OSBA editorial manager. An innovative Muskingum County program provides a wrap-around system of care to help students overcome nonacademic barriers to learning.