Written by: Tom Rieland
Date: March 6, 2013

Community leaders gather at WOSU@COSI to reimagine education in the city of Columbus.  WOSU hosted the Columbus Education Commission on March 6th. Photo: WOSU

Community leaders gather at WOSU@COSI to reimagine education in the city of Columbus. WOSU hosted the Columbus Education Commission on March 6th. Photo: WOSU

We consider WOSU@COSI space a public square for the major issues facing our community.  That’s why we are proud to host members of the Columbus Education Commission as they continue the work to reimagine education in the city of Columbus.  The Mayor and City Council President appointed the Commission, which is working toward recommendations on the future of the city school system. There cannot be a more important and critical task in the city today. WOSU produces many forums for broadcast that are important to growing an understanding of the issues in our community, whether focused on refugee issues, prescription drug abuse or the high school dropout rate.  We’re just as proud to host a gathering of community leaders here who are dedicated to the children of our city.


  • ron balentine

    this i also do how ever most of the time my tv says NO SIGNAL do you know why this seems the tv stations just turn it on and off when they want