The Columbus Division of Police has added new duties for three patrol officers. The three have been named Diversity and Inclusion Liaison Officers who will work to build trust between police and the community.
James Garland increased Miami University’s efforts to recruit out-of-state students, who pay much higher tuition. The tactic quickly caught on with other public universities.
Fifteen years after Ohio voters soundly rejected a proposal to fund schools with a state income tax hike, voters in Colorado are considering something similar.
The Ohio Department of Education report cards are out, and things do not look good for at least one central Ohio school district.
The Ohio Education Association calls the lack of teacher contracts a “perfect storm” of budget cuts, shifting policies, and expiring labor deals.
A Democratic state lawmaker is pushing a bill that would ban the policies that critics say lead to harsh punishments and don’t leave room for common sense.
One-third of U.S. children are overweight or obese. Itâ€™s led to more and more kids developing diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. Yet the place kids spend a lot of time, school, often lacks physical activity.
A left leaning think tank says the proposed two year state budget would help private and charter schools, but would hurt public schools.
The state of Ohio is phasing in a new teacher grading system that tries to measure the value a teacher adds to a student’s academic progress. But educators admit “Value Added” is an incomplete metric.
Ohio’s state school board has picked a top education adviser to Republican Gov. John Kasich as the new superintendent of public instruction.
The northeast Ohio college canceled classes Monday after the latest in a string of racist, anti-Semitic and anti-gay messages on campus.