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Ohio’s BOE approves pandemic license aimed at letting more child care providers host remote learners


Members of Ohio’s Board of Education approved a temporary licensing measure Tuesday that will let more places host remote learners, potentially giving parents more options.

“What I like most about this decision is that it ensures that parents are going to have consistency when it comes to the rules, the guidelines and the care that is taken for their children,” said Vanessa Freytag, president of 4C for Children, an organization that helps families find child care.