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Ohio’s urban school districts, like many others across the country, face a slow burning governance crisis.
Richard (Dick) Ross was sworn into Monday by State Board of Education President Debe Terhar as Ohio’s 37th State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
This Q&A with T.J. Wallace, the executive director for Dayton Liberty Academies, is the sixth of our seven-part series on school leadership.
As the Buckeye State draws nearer to lift off for Common Core standards and tests, school districts are ratcheting up their technological infrastructure and capacity.
The Fordham Institute has been engaged in a wide range of conversations recently, ranging from gifted-student education to Common Core to charter school quality.
Ohio swears in Richard Ross as new state superintendent March 25, 2013 in Columbus.
Re-examining the College Board's AP data for Midwestern states
A recap of Fordham's visit to Ohio's lone charter dedicated to serving gifted students
Review of March 20 gifted education event