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.
Reynoldsburg city school teachers are voting on whether to accept a tentative contract agreement reached late Wednesday night between union representatives and school officials.
A bill reducing the number of state-mandated evaluations required for well-rated public school teachers has unanimously cleared the Ohio Senate.
Educators are pushing for tweaks to a new system for evaluation Ohio teachers.
A northeast Ohio school district plans to allow a science teacher, who’s also a licensed police officer, to carry a firearm during class
Lawmakers say giving the district more control of staffing decisions will put more focus on students. Some teachers call the changes a back-door way to install the changes of Senate Bill 5.
With the specter of severely limited bargaining power hanging over them, Bexley teachers recently reached agreement on a new contract in just one day.
Dozens of Columbus Public School Teachers targeted for layoffs met last night at the Columbus Downtown High School to find out what the district owes them in benefits. Many of them are still in shock about losing their jobs.
The non-profit Battelle for Kids organization is developing on-line courses it says will help classroom teachers be more effective with their students. Attendees at the Columbus Metropolitan Club forum got a preview.
More than a hundred Ohio teachers have just received what is called the highest credential in the teaching profession – the designation of being a “national board certified teacher.”
Teachers from around Ohio will be in Columbus through Wednesday for the annual Capital Conference and Trade Show. Teachers can take part in round tables and attend seminars. Another big attraction is the trade show with new gadgetry and technology offered to teachers and their students.