On this episode of Broad & High, Terry Allen’s Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter’s Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass, and The Heart Gallery. They’re just two deer, lounging on the banks of the Scioto River watching the world go by.
Former Ohio State University Marching Band members have come to the defense of its fired director and the organization’s reputation. We recently reported a university official made efforts to stop questionable band “traditions” in the early 80s following a hazing incident. WOSU talked with a band alum who marched during those years.
Striking teachers in Reynoldsburg today overwhelmingly approved a new contract agreement.
Reynoldsburg city school teachers are voting on whether to accept a tentative contract agreement reached late Wednesday night between union representatives and school officials.
Columbus City Schools is asking hundreds of staff members to return bonuses that the district says were based on rigged data.
The two-week-old strike by Reynoldsburg’s public school teachers could soon come to an end.
As the controversy over the firing of OSU’s marching band director continues, records indicate the university knew about hazing and questionable initiations as far back as 32 years.
Negotiators for teachers and the school board met for some 11 hours Tuesday and Wednesday, but could not agree on a new contract to end a three-week-old teacher strike.
During the strike, Reynoldsburg administrators have relied more on computers in classrooms to keep students learning. The district scrambled to purchase enough computer tablets to supply each high school student.
The trial of suspended Steubenville schools superintendent Michael McVey has been delayed until Jan. 12.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a Mount Vernon public school science teacher who was fired three years ago for promoting the theory of creationism and refusing to remove religious materials from his classroom.