The State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Richard A. Ross today directed the closure of two community schools by its sponsor and summoned the superintendent of the sponsor to his office to account for the dismal performance of its schools.
Nearly 150 Ohio schools are being recognized today by the Ohio Department of Education for sustaining high academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged homes.
This year, hundreds of Ohio’s disadvantaged children will attend preschool who otherwise would not have, thanks to additional funding for high-quality preschool programs from the state of Ohio.
Announcement of Early Childhood Education programs that will be awarded a total of $10 million in expansion grants and a presentation of expansion funding to North YMCA.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction Richard A. Ross today announced that Ohio schools may now begin submitting school safety plans via a secure online portal to help first responders in case of an emergency. The portal is one of the many recommendations included in the Attorney General’s School Safety Task Force announced earlier this year.