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Plus, new legislation aims to increase digital skills training opportunities, two Ohio initiatives aim to increase digital equity, a new grant program for digital services was announced in Colorado, and more.
Info ranges from data-heavy spreadsheets showing complaints made to 311 and the rental registry status of Cleveland homes, to simpler map-based information showing the boundaries of neighborhoods.
STEM leaders from Steubenville, a low-income district in Ohio, told attendees at the National School Boards Association conference on Sunday how they established CTE programs for pilots and drone flying, without breaking the bank.
The new initiative is expected to enhance safety by advancing drone airspace management and navigation. It is designed as a peer-to-peer model for statewide use, and is aimed at avoiding conflicts in shared airspace.
Two identical bills moving through the Ohio legislature would allow an eligible adult to “act in lieu of a driver training instructor while using an authorized electronic device or application.”
The tool is integrated into the state’s job and training hub, and offers users personalized services to connect them with a career path that aligns with their skill set. It follows legislative action by the governor to lessen unemployment numbers.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is planning to fly a large drone over a stretch of highway outside Columbus as part of a pilot traffic surveillance program, after receiving special permission.
The Ohio House introduced legislation this month to outlaw the sharing of artificial media — including videos or audio — that impersonates real people in unflattering or compromising depictions.
A new online resource for Ohio schools, compiled by the state, includes sections for parents, teachers and school districts with sample lessons, discussions about ethics, safety policies and other topics.
As Georgia introduces new legislation to address cyberbullying and regulate teenage social media use, other states with comparative laws are facing staunch legal challenges related to privacy.