Ohio School Boards Association

85 Percent Of Local School Funding Issues Pass Statewide

Nov 4, 2015

The Ohio School Boards Association says voters approved 94 of the 110 school funding issues on local ballots in the state Tuesday.  

Education leaders are sorting through the details of Ohio Governor John Kasich’s proposed changes to the state's school funding formula. 

Voters Approve More Than Two-Thirds Of School Money Issues

May 8, 2014

The Ohio School Boards Association says voters this week approved 69 percent of the school funding levies on their ballots.

An education-funding think tank is releasing new district comparisons it says more accurately reflect the costs of educating poor students.

More than two-thirds of voters Tuesday rejected the Columbus schools levy.

Report Links Poverty To Poor Student Academic Peformance

Sep 17, 2013

Groups representing Ohio school boards, administrators and treasurers have released an analysis of data collected under the state's new assessment system that confirms the link between poverty and student performance.

The mother of an autistic first-grader who uses a service dog is challenging a decision by the Athens City Schools, which says the girl must change schools because her special-education teacher is allergic to dog dander.

State's Report Cards For Schools Have New Look

Aug 22, 2013

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.

Short-Term Teaching Contracts Becoming More Common

Aug 21, 2013

Students all around the state are grabbing their books and heading back to school. But some teachers are returning to class without new contracts.

Ohio voters Tuesday approved more than half of the proposed school funding measures.