Ohio’s largest online charter school is firing back against state officials who say they don’t have enough information to perform an attendance audit.


A Franklin County judge on Monday denied a request by Ohio's largest online charter school to block the state from conducting an attendance audit.


A progressive advocacy group is slamming the Kasich administration for handing out what they say is millions of dollars preferential treatment to a charter school operator.


Critics are sounding off about news that former Ohio House Speaker Bill Batchelder, who left office in December, is now working for a lobbying firm that’s representing ECOT,the state’s largest – and poorest performing – charter school.

Student Posts Threatening Video

Mar 26, 2013

A former Gahanna-Lincoln High School student says he was having a bad day when he pleaded guilty Monday to charges of posting an online video prosecutors considered threatening.