It’s a pretty safe bet that most school officials, parents and teachers were happy to hear Tuesday that the state of Ohio plans to allow a return to class room instruction for Ohio’s students when the new school year begins. However if state officials follow the patterns that have emerged in other orders lifting some of the Covid 19 restrictions that have been in effect since mid March, as the old saying goes The Devil Will Be In The Details. Still to come are details on safety precautions and other steps that will accompany the start of the upcoming school year. The list is likely to be a long and complicated one, and there will no-doubt be costs associated with complying at a time when many school districts are facing financial issues because of state budget cuts. Summer days are usually quieter ones for school leaders but that’s not likely to be the case this year. Despite the best efforts of school officials, teachers and parents who turned in to in-home educators in March, most would agree I think that there’s no substitute for the face-to-face learning that students will benefit from when the new school year gets underway. That’s the way I see It.