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: February 4, 2009
The Ohio Supreme Court will decide a case involving an elderly nursing home resident, the resident’s family and the nursing home.
Governor Strickland’s new budget would give Ohio’s public elementary, middle and high schools an addition $900 million over the next two years.
Nearly 20 years after the mall opened its doors, City Center will be demolished. City officials Wednesday announced a plan to redevelop the area and a critical part of the proposal relies heavily on federal stimulus money.
As unemployment numbers increase, more laid-off workers are taking a different approach to the job market. Enrollment at community colleges and technical schools is growing. WOSU takes a look at this changing trend in higher education.