Ohio Policy

To fully appreciate the academics of rural schools, let’s dig into three data points that were not components of the state’s rating system.

As states and schools get ready for Common Core implementation, they had better prepare for higher quality education for both students and teachers.

Ohio’s legislators must reject House Bill 237, which seeks to void the State Board of Education’s decision to adopt the Common Core academic standards in English language arts and math.

More than 100,000 students in Ohio attended a public charter school during the past school year

This summer in Ohio has been oppressively hot and (for some reason) rainy. So check out these short reviews and reading recommendations from the Columbus team!

After twelve years with the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Terry Ryan will be leaving the organization and the Buckeye state.

State Representative Gerald Stebelton and the Pickerington Chamber of Commerce convened an education summit this morning at Ohio University’s Pickerington Center

The provision allocates 1 mil or approximately $42.5 million over 5 years to pre-K programs.

The first entry of our Common Core series features a discussion with Chad Webb from Village Preparatory Academy::Woodland Hills Campus.

A new era dawned today for Columbus’ public education system.