A biology lesson on alcoholic fermentation is causing a stir at Ralston Valley High School in Arvada, Colorado
The Medina City School Board is sending Superintendent Randy Stepp a letter, notifying him he will now be on unpaid leave.
Cleveland schools hold fair to try and fill nearly 80 openings within the district.
Handwritten note found on an outside door of the junior/high school school with a bomb threat
The leader of Cleveland's public schools is urging employees to improve their attendance rate.
Medicaid court fight, a councilman's voting record and missing teachers are topics.
Enrollment at Ohio's public colleges and universities has fallen for the second year in a row amid state and federal efforts emphasizing graduation rates over student totals.
School superintendent Dr. Randolph Stepp will have one more opportunity to defend himself before termination proceedings vote.
A controversy has been simmering in the West Geauga School District this year because of the school's open enrollment policy.
Forty-three days into the Cleveland Metropolitan school year, and for some it's been 43 days without teachers.
The state auditor says an embattled school superintendent in northeast Ohio must repay about $4,000 for questionable expenses including gift cards and travel upgrades.
The House is expected to pass legislation requiring public school systems to conduct criminal background checks on teachers and other employees
Students are 50 times more likely to arrive at school alive if they take the bus rather than drive themselves or ride with a friend.
Students at John Adams High School say substitutes are still being used as primary teachers, 10 weeks into the school year.
Two Columbus Charter Schools have been shut down by the Ohio schools superintendent for their poor performance and operation.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York has announced $10 million in grants to help four districts design and open new schools.
Do we live in a world where, when we see a crime, instead of doing something about it we take a video or picture?
On the topic of cyberbullying, we are joined by Jesse Weinberger, an Internet safety expert
Parents at Lee Eaton Elementary School concerned about safety on Election Day.
Hundreds stood on their feet to welcome former President Bill Clinton.
A spokesman with the Cleveland Diocese says a bomb threat was investigated at Holy Name High School.
Shaker Heights High School seniors are watching what is happening in Washington and it makes them nervous.
The United Way of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Schools have partnered to wrap 17 low-performing schools with social services this school year.
A crowd has converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall, pushing through barriers to protest the memorial's closing under the government shutdown.
Enrollment is down at Ohio's five public law schools and the number of applications has declined even more amid a glut of lawyers nationwide.
A university in Ohio will lower tuition for the next academic year to what students paid prior to the recession
Common Core opponents were speaking out in Columbus Wednesday.
An influential business group is asking the Ohio House education chairman to kill or sideline a proposal to block implementation of multi-state learning standards known as the Common Core.
KSU President Lester A. Lefton names former Congressman Louis Stokes the 2013-2014 Kent State President's Ambassador
More than 7,000 at-risk children in six states were already affected by the government shutdown.