Ohio’s Auditor has released an audit on the Columbus City School district and the findings are not good news.
The annual state audit of the Columbus City Schools is a mix of good and bad news.
Two caucasian Columbus City Schools teachers are suing the district, claiming they are victims of reverse racism.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says he will not support any permanent successor to Columbus Schools superintendent Gene Harris if the school board hires one by the summer.
Members of Mayor Michael Coleman's Education Commission appear divided on how the Columbus City Schools should be run.
Two Columbus elementary school principals have been suspended for failing to immediately notify police and parents about alleged abuse of special-needs students.
A Columbus tutor faces federal charges related to a fraud scheme in which he collected money meant to help poor kids in math and reading.
Columbus City School Board members are looking at a smaller slate of budget cuts than presented to them last week.
Drastic cuts to transportation, extracurricular activities and athletics for the Columbus City Schools are off the table, thanks to some good news from the state, say district officials.
A third Columbus City Schools administrator is stepping down amid the district's data-rigging scandal.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman’s Education Commission later this month will explore whether an elected school board is the best way to run the Columbus City Schools.