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: December 9, 2011
Ohio voters will decide next year whether to repeal a new law shortening the presidential swing state’s early voting period.
Ohio’s attorney general wants a comprehensive review of the state’s foster care system, taking a hard look at child safety and high numbers remaining in foster care until they “age out.”
The decision comes after Rep. Matt Huffman took criticism from public school districts and their allies.
The “Across the Spectrum” conference drew hundreds of lobbyists, political observers, and lawmakers to talk about tough topics without all of the usual bickering.
The Kasich Administration is said to have offered Sears Holdings as much as $400 million in incentives to move its headquarters from suburban Chicago to Columbus. Should Ohio offer Sears $400 million to move to Ohio?