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All Committees Aging and Long Term Care Agriculture and Rural Development Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security Civil Justice Community and Family Advancement Criminal Justice Economic Development, Commerce, and Labor Education and Career Readiness Energy and Natural Resources Federalism and Interstate Relations Finance Financial Institutions, Housing, and Urban Development Government Accountability and Oversight Health Higher Education and Workforce Development Insurance Public Utilities Rules and Reference State and Local Government Transportation and Public Safety Ways and Means Finance Subcommittee on Agriculture Development and Natural Resources Finance Subcommittee on Health and Human Services Finance Subcommittee on Higher Education Finance Subcommittee on Primary and Secondary Education Finance Subcommittee on State Government and Agency Review Finance Subcommittee on Transportation COLUMBUS—State Representative Rick Carfagna (R-Genoa Township) participated in a press conference today announcing free access to Linked In’s online professional skills learning platform, (Lynda), though Ohio’s public libraries for all citizens in the state of Ohio with a library card.
These bills will now go to the governor for his consideration. “While the provisions of these bills may seem somewhat complex, they will impact the lives of many Ohioans.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) applauded the Ohio House for unanimously passing House Bill 502. Anielski sponsored that legislation that would further improves suicide prevention efforts in schools by requiring public school employees to undergo training in youth suicide awareness and prevention programs once every two years. 318 – Establishes qualifications and training requirements for school resource officers and permits those officers to provide a specified range of services to school districts and schools.• Sub. It’s important to provide legal standards to prevent disputes and, if disputes do arise, clear rules to help resolve them. The bills will now go to the Ohio Senate for its consideration.
“This incredible resource provides Ohioans, of all ages and abilities, with a chance to gain more knowledge, enhance their skill sets and increase their marketability in the workplace.
Best of all, this resource is free to all Ohio library cardholders.
The skills taught in the videos are strongly correlated with Ohio’s in-demand jobs, helping provide free skill-building tools for current and hopeful employees and a trained workforce for employers.
“This partnership provides Ohioans with access to more than 12,000 online courses to help anyone learn new skills,” remarked Carfagna.
The initiatives approved during yesterday’s House session seek to maintain this option for the families that need it, while also ensuring they are regulated appropriately as to provide quality education for Ohio’s students.
Lynda contains more than 12,000 courses to help users advance in their career field or jump into a new profession.
The Ohio Library Council (OLC) and the Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) announced a three-year, 0,000 yearly, contract with Linked In for the service.
Thanks to all my colleagues who voted in favor of protecting our most precious gifts, our children.” House Bill 502 is an extension of the “Jason Flatt Act in honor of Joseph Anielski,” which became law in 2013. 92 – Creates greater protections for minors by strengthening the reporting requirements for certain sex offenders who commit public indecency.• Sub. Police reports will still include this data, but the minor’s information must be redacted when the incident is reported.
These bills, among other initiatives, are efforts to address the serious issue of youth suicide, a trend that continues to devastate families across Ohio every year. Anielski hopes that by passing legislation, education and awareness about suicide can be increased, the stigma of the Youth Silent Epidemic will be lessened, youth will have greater access to the resources they need. 87 – Provides the Department of Education with specific guidance on distributing funds returned to the state from a community school as the result of a finding for recovery from the Auditor of State.• Sub. The issue was brought forward by a constituent in Rep.