Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and Columbus City Schools Interim Superintendent appeared on a special edition of Columbus on the Record to discuss the various aspect of the levy. Watch what Coleman and Good had to say in defense of the district’s request to the voters.
The group that represents Columbus parents voted this week to not take a position on a tax levy or a proposal to create a new auditor position.
The deadline for Ohioans to register to vote in the November election has arrived.
Tonight WOSU-TV presents the latest in the Columbus Neighborhoods documentary series with a look at the South Side. Once a booming manufacturing center, the South Side later fell on hard times. People moved away to the suburbs. Last year a group of residents got together to try and reverse the population decline.
So many people tried to log onto the Ohio Department of Education website Thursday that the system crashed. The site contains the new “A” through “F” rankings for the state’s public school districts. Not surprisingly, perhaps, Columbus City Schools were ranked rather poorly. The district earned 4 “F’s,” 3 “D’s” and 2 “C’s.”
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today launched the school district’s levy campaign by saying, “recently our schools have failed us.” After a scandal plagued year which included the departure of the district’s superintendent, school leaders may have no other choice.
Columbus City Schools look poised to reorganize their administration after school board members signed off on interim superintendent Dan Good’s plan to give more decision-making power to principals and teachers.
The Columbus Board of Education is asking district voters to make a hard choice. It wants residents to dig deeper into their pockets beginning in January. The promised return on investment? Better academic performance, public funds to some charter schools, more technology, and a reduction of the district’s operating budget.
Daniel Good, the interim chief of Columbus City Schools, says he’s trying to fire or force out employees implicated in an attendance data rigging scandal.
A Columbus school board member says the district should break up a massive levy scheduled for the November ballot in order to limit the amount of money being shared with charter schools.