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 [...]
More than half of the Columbus school district’s 4,400 third graders could be held back for not meeting the reading requirement.
The Columbus Board of Education has a vacancy today. At last night’s meeting, the board accepted the resignation of former president, Carol Perkins. Perkins took the opportunity to address questions swirling around her decision to leave public service.
Columbus school officials are about to learn the results of a year-and-a-half long probe into attendance keeping practices in the district.
Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dan Good is no longer considered an interim employee after getting a one-year contract extension Tuesday night.
Local school officials are scrambling to improve third graders reading skills before their next testing cycle in the spring. WOSU reports the test scores released Friday fell below expectations.
After voters overwhelmingly rejected a combined property tax increase and bond issue, Columbus school officials are turning to possible budget cuts and a possible return to the ballot next year.
A former local businessman has pleaded guilty to defrauding Columbus and South-Western City Schools out of more than $100,000 in tutoring payments.
Supporters and opponents of the levy that was overwhelmingly rejected on Tuesday are looking at what doomed the levy, and what lies ahead.
Proponents of school reform in Columbus spent more than two-million dollars in a bid to pass a 24% property tax increase and hire an independent auditor. But, district voters overwhelmingly rejected funding for the plan by more than a two-to-one margin..
With nearly two-thirds of the vote counted Columbus School District voters are saying an unqualified no to higher property taxes and school leaders’ reform plans.