Thirty-six community partnerships will share more than $3 million in the latest round of grants in Ohio's Community Connectors school mentorship program.
Ohio’s career-technical programs showed better results in helping students graduate and find good jobs, according to a new state report card released today.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Richard A. Ross today named an impartial three-member panel to advise the department as it develops a new system for evaluating charter school authorizers.
Eighty-two community partnerships will share more than $6.8 million as part of Ohio’s new Community Connectors school mentorship program. In all, the state received 192 applications for funding and each application included a business, civic and values-based partner organization.
The school year just ended, but many homeschool and nonpublic students in grades 7-12 are already looking forward to next school year by making sure they have the opportunity to take college courses when school begins in August.