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Eye on Education: Preparing for the 2022-23 school year

We are just weeks away from students heading back to the classroom this fall and it helps to be prepared!

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Beginning July 18, 10TV is keeping an eye on education! We are just weeks away from students heading back to the classroom this fall and 10TV wants to make sure you are prepared. 

10TV asked you what are your major concerns ahead of this school year, so we asked our team of experts. We will have advice on how to best transition students back into a routine, asking school leaders about challenges they are trying to tackle this fall and ways you can save on what could be expensive school supplies. 

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All week long 10TV is getting ahead of your back-to-school planning to get you classroom ready.

Do you have any last-minute concerns? Tell us about it and take our survey.


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Some kids are getting ready to attend their first-ever classroom. Here's how parents can prepare their kindergarteners before the school year starts. 

Columbus elementary school teacher Bethany Herbst knows two certainties: teachers don't make a lot of money and they don't always have the resources they need. That's why she has decided to help her fellow educators.


Middle school can be a challenging time for kids. New Albany Middle School principal Donna LeBeau middle school kids are exploring new buildings, new friends and new hormones.

As parents begin to think about preparing their kids for the new school year, one of their biggest concerns is cyberbullying. An expert from Nationwide Children's Hospital provided some tips for parents and their little ones.


High school is a time of transition for students and their parents. Getting to the end successfully depends on how you start. Tracy Townsend spoke with students and school counselors on how to navigate through high school. 

With the price of practically everything increasing, we took a look at the best ways to save on technology before heading back to class this fall.

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