Home Education Pre-K to 12

Pre-K to 12

More good covid, vaccine news for Ohio

The days are warming and more good coronavirus news is coming to Ohio. After drugmakers Pfizer and Moderna on Tuesday announced big increases in vaccine...

Columbus child care worker speaks with Biden about needs of essential...

A child care worker in Columbus spoke directly to President Joe Biden about the struggles she faces as an essential worker and single mother. Carmen...

With no waiver of federal testing, legislators still weigh state testing

A bill to pause state testing for another year due to the impact of COVID-19 has been made more complicated by a Biden administration...

Half a million deaths later, Ohio gov says he didn’t foresee...

The coronavirus pandemic has been grinding on for so many months that it's easy to become numb to its staggering cost. But now, as...

Testing should take a back seat to mental health, educators say

Educators say the focus of schooling this year should be recovering from the trauma of a pandemic rather than worrying about testing scores. The Ohio...

Education budget debate begins as Jan. budget shows declines in higher...

Subcommittees on K-12 and higher education are beginning their discussions on the new operating budget this week, and they have plenty of budgetary information...

DeWine wants students back in classrooms by March 1. Will vaccines...

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s leadership and union officials received their shots last week in what they see as a show of confidence in...

CDC issues detailed strategy for safely reopening K-12 schools

WASHINGTON — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released updated guidance to provide educators a science-based plan for reopening K-12 schools. The agency...

School funding formula makes debut in new GA

The funding formula that would overhaul Ohio's public school system had its first hearing in House Finance Committee on Thursday. It's first hearing, that is,...

State education testing shows declines, may be waived in new legislation

As state officials look for solutions to an education gap caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, two pieces of legislation introduced Tuesday hope to give...
Adjust Font Size