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Officials discuss education at statewide summit

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School and community officials alike gathered in Columbus on Sept. 10th to talk education in Ohio. School and community officials alike gathered in Columbus on Sept. 10th to talk education in Ohio.
Mihalik says that Ohio's eventual goal is that by 2025, 65 percent of adults in Ohio will have a two to four year degree or a career credential, something that is vital to Ohio's workforce. Mihalik says that Ohio's eventual goal is that by 2025, 65 percent of adults in Ohio will have a two to four year degree or a career credential, something that is vital to Ohio's workforce.

School and community officials alike gathered in Columbus on Sept. 10th to talk education in Ohio.

Findlay mayor Lydia Mihalik along with Dayton mayor Nan Whaley co-hosted the event, which brought in school superintendents, university and community college representatives, as well as officials from different communities to talk about possible planning to help students of all ages to eventually gain the credentials needed to get a job. Mihalik says that Ohio's eventual goal is that by 2025, 65 percent of adults in Ohio will have a two to four year degree or a career credential, something that is vital to Ohio's workforce. 

"The future of our state is dependent upon relative to what we do for education, and our educators do not operate in a vacuum - they require the assistance and the help of community leaders and all those at the state level as well," Mihalik said.

Continued talks on this subject are expected to be held in the future.

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