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Metro Opens its Doors to Students in Grades 6-8

Reporter: Charlie Boss
Source: The Columbus Dispatch


Wednesday, April 10, 2013

"Starting this fall, middle-school students from across central Ohio can apply to attend Ohio’s original science- and math-focused school.

Metro Early College High School, which had served only Franklin County high-school students until this school year, is expanding its program to serve students in grades 6 through 8 in and around Franklin County.

“We feel like adding the younger kids and innovating the middle-school experience can help us broaden our footprint,” said Principal Aimee Kennedy, who sent a letter to parents about the expansion on Monday.

Metro, which currently serves about 400 students in grades 9 through 12, is in its first year as an independent STEM school."

Read more about Metro's addition of grades 6 through 8 on The Columbus Dispatch.


New System Detects and Alerts to Automobile Cyber Attacks

Network Enforcement Module Helps Protect Today’s Sophisticated ‘Computers on Wheels’

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Nov. 19, 2014) — A new Network Enforcement Module (NEM™) designed by Battelle to detect cybersecurity threats in today’s increasingly connected vehicles has successfully completed field trials with several automakers and is now ready...

Battelle, ID Quantique Create New Quantum-Safe Security Working Group to Counter Threat of Quantum Computers

Pair will join international Cloud Security Alliance as a platform for new Quantum-Safe Security working group

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Nov. 19, 2014)—Battelle and ID Quantique have spearheaded the creation of an industry alliance—the Quantum-Safe Security Working Group (QSSWG)—in order to counter the growing threat that quantum computers...

Voters Want Competence, Cooperation and Reform from Government

New Analysis of Election Data Highlights Need to Understand Economic Impact of Policy

WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 18, 2014 – American voters want competence, cooperation and reform from government officials, according to an analysis of exit poll data from the recent midterm elections by Clarus Research Group, a leading public...