Ohio’s agricultural interests are recovering from a black eye caused by toxic algae this summer. Now farm groups, academia, and environmental agencies say they’ll spend millions of dollars to keep commercial fertilizer and manure nutrients on the field and out Northwest Ohio streams that feed western Lake Erie.
American Graduate – Part 2
Part 2 of the series looks at local applications of the primary approaches to addressing school dropout prevention; intervention and recovery from the perspective of a school superintendent; an administrator from a community-based organization; and a high school senior.
WOSU News and Public Affairs Director Mike Thompson facilitates the discussion. The forum integrates video profiles of Project Mentor, the AT&T Success Centers, and Academic Acceleration Academy.
The panel consisted of:
- Bill Wise, South-Western City Schools Superintendent
- Nancy Nestor-Baker, United Way of Central Ohio Administrator
- Haley Ford, Westerville North High School Senior