Ohio’s superintendent says the state won’t withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
WOSU News Archives For: May 13, 2008
As vacation season approaches, many travelers may be factoring high gas prices into their plans. That could be good news for Ohio’s 38 billion dollar tourism industry. Ohio hotel operators and state officials expect the gas prices to keep some Ohioans closer to home this summer.
Upper Arlington officials canceled high school activities Tuesday and canceled high school classes for Wednesday because of an on-line threat.
An Ohio House lawmaker says the state’s scandal-plagued attorney general is offering to resign if an investigation into his office is delayed.
Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann is expected to announce his resignation later today, according to a published report. But Dann’s office say the Attorney General has not resigned and no further announcements are planned.
Ohio House Democrats have filed nine articles of impeachment against embattled Attorney General Marc Dann. Democrats have accused Dann of obstructing an investigation and making misleading statements under oath during a sexual harassment investigation in his office.