An Ohio program to help schools launch creative new ideas for improving education received 140 applications.
A leading member of the Youngstown business community has been named chairman of the new Youngstown Academic Distress Commission by State Superintendent Dr. Richard A. Ross.
An impartial panel of experts today provided draft recommendations to the Ohio Department of Education to improve Ohio’s system of evaluating community school sponsors.
Ohio’s superintendent of public instruction today named three dedicated community leaders to serve on the new academic distress commission that will work with the community to improve student learning in the Youngstown City School District.
Ohio took the next step to help adults ages 22 or older earn high school diplomas. Today, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Columbus State Community College and North Central State College received awards totaling $750,000 to help contact potential students and help them earn high diplomas and free job training for in-demand careers at the same time.