Ohio Department of Educaiton Schools Struggle With Transportation Cuts And Logistics By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 31, 2017 WCBE files More than 800 thouand Ohio school children ride buses to class each day. Review Claims ECOT Attendance 60 Percent Lower Than Reported By Associated Press • Sep 26, 2016 A state review has found that enrollment at Ohio's largest online charter school is nearly 60 percent lower than originally reported. Lawmakers Want To Review "Value Added" In State Report Cards By Ohio Public Radio • Apr 26, 2016 Lawmakers are pushing for the state to take a closer look at the state report cards for school districts. But some are questioning the motive behind the review. Religious Requirement For State Mentoring Program Questioned By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Dec 18, 2014 State schools superintendent Richard Ross added a religious element to a state-supported mentoring program in schools. State Seeks More Partners For Summer Food Program By Mike Foley & Associated Press • Feb 17, 2014 State officials are looking for more sponsors and sites in a federally funded program that offers children from low-income families free summer meals. Online Instruction Gives Schools Flexibility During Calamities By Ohio Public Radio & Jo Ingles • Jan 22, 2014 Many school districts are close to using all of the calamity days they’ve set aside for the school year.