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The State Of Public Education With Former Ohio School Superintendent Paolo DeMaria

School districts like Hilliard have implemented iPads in the classroom.
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A teacher provides instruction in a classroom in the Hilliard school district.

The Ohio Department of Education is embarking on a national search for its next superintendent of public instruction who will oversee the academic agenda for nearly 1.7 million public school students.

Whoever gets the position will face challenges playing out across the country -- learning during a pandemic, vocal opposition to vaccine and mask mandates and competition from private schools.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we look at the state of public education with Paolo DeMaria, the former Ohio superintendent of public instruction who will soon take on a national leadership role.

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