DeWine-Husted Focus on Career Tech Education and Credentials

This week, Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted discussed at length the negative effects that the pandemic has had on school-aged children and their educational progress. Lt. Gov. Husted said the administration seeks to champion career technical and vocational education and training “to help tens of thousands more Ohioans a year find well-paying jobs without a college education.” To help achieve this goal, the administration’s executive budget includes:

The lieutenant governor cited a recent study that showed the U.S. economy could lose up to $28 trillion over the coming years due to learning losses caused by COVID-19. 2/10/2021