Ohio’s superintendent says the state won’t withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
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Several weeks will be needed to reccover from a nearly three week long strike at Franklin County Children Services, according to Executive Director John Saros.
Technology advances have always been a part of farming; after all, the industry has moved from horses and oxen to tractors and combines. But in recent years, technology that once seemed unimaginable is appearing even on small farms.
Striking union workers at Franklin County Children’s Services overwhelmingly approved a new three year contract, ending their two week old strike.
The Columbus Arts Festival features a collection of folk artists, some musicians, and makeshift galleries.
Negotiators for Franklin County Children Services and the Professionals Guild of Ohio returned to the bargaining table today in hopes of ending a two week-old strike against the agency. But, while talks resume, caseworkers will stay on the picket line. WOSU’s Tom Borgerding reports.