A state panel has selected more than 150 schools and educational entities in Ohio as finalists for grants from a new innovation fund established by Gov. John Kasich.
An education-funding think tank is releasing new district comparisons it says more accurately reflect the costs of educating poor students.
Ohio collects data about school performance, most of it based on standardized tests.
The Ohio Department of Education says 9 percent more high school students scored a three or better on advanced-placement exams for college credit last year.
The U.S. Department of Education is telling state education officials an intensive treatment for autism must be made available to any child who is considered a good candidate.
The Ohio Department of Education says its website has been overwhelmed with visitors seeking access to new school district report cards since their release on Thursday.
Ohio schools that reportedly had errors in certain enrollment data have gotten state approval of plans to fix the issues.
The Dayton Daily News reports Ohio Department of Education records show the number of accusations of teacher misconduct have tripled since 2007.
Acting state schools superintendent Michael Sawyers says he will leave the Ohio Department of Education later this month to become chief of operations and strategic development in the New Albany-Plain Local school district.
A Franklin County judge has ordered two years probation for a former Ohio Department of Education employee who altered state records to give passing grades on GED tests to family and friends.
The state plans to take control of the Cleveland schools due to their poor academic performance.
After a 6 month delay the Ohio Department of Education has released school district report cards for the 2011-2012 school year.
The state Attorney General and Education Department are launching the first of five regional sessions to train educators to respond to school shootings.
Ohio's public schools are 12th in the country in the annual rankings by the publication Education Week.
The test Ohio high school students need to pass before they graduate will be replaced.
Homeland Security in Ohio has teamed up with the state Department of Education to post informational resources on line for school administrators in the wake of the Connecticut school shootings.
A former Ohio Department of Education official is charged with tampering with records and forgery involving high school diploma equivalency certifications.
Nine education officials failed to properly disclose trips and other expenses on financial disclosure reports since 2009.