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Featured Education Matters guest:
- Tim Davis, Kenton Education Association Co-President
- Tim Davis is a teacher in his 26th year in music education, and in his 15th year with the Kenton City Schools. Tim currently serves as Co-President of the Kenton Education Association, as well as on the OEA State Board of Directors representing Northwest Ohio. Prior to his time in Kenton, Tim taught music at Arlington Local Schools (Hancock County) and Pandora-Gilboa Local Schools (Putnam County)
- Tim earned a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from Kent State University and a Master of Music Performance Degree from The Ohio State University. He has also done post graduate work in education through Bowling Green State University and Ball State University, and in labor studies through Cornell University.
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This episode was recorded in November, 2021.