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.
The Columbus City Schools may turn to outside partners for help expanding pre-kindergarten classes. Alison Holm has more.
After a 6 month delay the Ohio Department of Education has released school district report cards for the 2011-2012 school year.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman made no major promises in his 14th State of The City Speech delivered last night at South High School.
When the Columbus Education Commission was formed last year, it was presented as a joint effort of the civic, business, and education sectors.
Charter school operators in Columbus want to share local funding with public schools.
Ohio Auditor Dave Yost has added four more school districts to the list of those that are believed to have scrubbed data to make their schools look better on state reports.
14 people have submitted the necessary paperwork to run for three Columbus School Board seats in November, setting up a possible primary election in May. Jim Letizia reports.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and the Columbus Schools are at odds over a review of the district's books.
The Columbus School Board is considering a new policy protecting whistleblowers who want to report fraud or mismanagement.
Columbus City Schools officials say mistakes were made with students' attendance information.
In his State of the City speech earlier this year, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman announced plans to create a program called YouthFirst,designed to engage in the lives of young people through sports, leadership, and anti-violence efforts.
An audit by the Columbus Schools says district officials changed records to make it appear students who were actually in school had withdrawn.