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The exact number of students at risk of losing their school should ECOT close stands at 11,780 as of this week, the Ohio Department of... [Read More]
What does it look like when thousands of students — roughly the enrollment of one of Ohio's largest school districts — suddenly lose their school?Ohio... [Read More]
The Columbus Board of Education has a short list of candidates recommended to become the district's next superintendent — but it doesn't want you to... [Read More]
Michael Cole was sworn in Tuesday evening to a four-year term on the Columbus Board of Education, and then elected by his fellow members to... [Read More]
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Following a half-year delay after one of the most catastrophic carnival-ride accidents in Ohio history, a state committee on ride safety reversed itself and will... [Read More]
Columbus City Schools' plan to expand the number of alternative buildings using "selective admission," in which students who maintain good grades and disciplinary records receive... [Read More]
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Columbus City Schools' plan to expand the number of alternative buildings using "selective admission," in which students who maintain good grades and disciplinary records receive... [Read More]
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Central Ohio will usher out 2017 with a "brrrrr".The current forecast for New Year's Eve from the National Weather Service in Wilmington is for the... [Read More]
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The Ohio Department of Public health upgraded the state's flu activity on Monday to "widespread," the second-highest geographic indicator.The upgrade from "regional" reports of flu... [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Public health upgraded the state's flu activity on Monday to "widespread," the second-highest geographic indicator.The upgrade from "regional" reports of flu... [Read More]
When a state inspector found cracks covered with duct tape on a spinning ride at the Delaware County Fair last summer — only weeks after the... [Read More]
By 1996, it appeared that systemic school segregation — in which attendance policies herded students into separate buildings by race — had been untangled in... [Read More]
The company whose towering thrill ride was so severely rusted that it flew into pieces at the Ohio State Fair this summer, killing a man... [Read More]
The auction drew about 25 people, but the room was silent when Columbus City School's former Africentric School near German Village officially went on the block. No one offered... [Read More]
Nationwide Children's Hospital was the only bidder for the former site of Columbus' Africentric school Tuesday morning, picking up the 7.5 acres of prime land from... [Read More]
Earlier this month when the historic Shepard School, built on the Near East Side in 1920, went to public auction, it received no interest at... [Read More]
Earlier this month when the historic Shepard School, built on the Near East Side in 1920, went to public auction, it received no interest at... [Read More]
Two more Columbus City Schools administrators have agreed to suspensions of their state administrator licenses for participating in data-rigging — almost five and a half... [Read More]
After a contentious debate two weeks ago, the Columbus Board of Education was suddenly singing from the same sheet Tuesday night when it unanimously voted... [Read More]
The Columbus Board of Education is expected to name John Stanford, currently a deputy superintendent, as interim superintendent of Ohio largest school district, replacing Dan... [Read More]
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