Columbus City Schools

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With the announcement that its sponsor is pulling funding, the closure of the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow could be imminent, and traditional schools around the state are preparing to take the state's largest online charter schools' students. 

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Need a story on the go? Columbus City Schools is installing automated short story kiosks throughout the city to promote reading. 

Milken Educator Awards

Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dan Good is set to retire at the end of the 2017 calendar year, following a short tenure guiding the district out of scandal.

Columbus Superintendent Dan Good Retires

Dec 20, 2017
Milken Educator Awards

Superintendent Dan Good is set to retire from Columbus City Schools at the end of the 2017 calendar year. He joins us in studio to discuss his tenure with the district, the successes and obstacles Columbus schools faced under his leadership, and the future of public education in Central Ohio.

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Columbus City Schools raised about $21 million when it sold some of its’ valuable land near downtown at an auction Tuesday.  

Columbus Board of Education

After voting "no confidence" in Columbus’ school board in September, the city's teachers union will continue working with that exact same board after every incumbent was re-elected in Tuesday’s election. 

Columbus City Hall
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Columbus City Council and the Board of Education for Columbus City Schools will largely stay intact after Tuesday's election.

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The Columbus Board of Education launched an online survey Wednesday to learn the community's priorities for the district’s next superintendent.

Sherrod Brown
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Just after Columbus City Schools had to release students early because of high temperatures and lack of air-conditioning – for two days in a row – the district's superintendent joined Senator Sherrod Brown to promote the School Building Improvement Act.

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For the second day in a row, Columbus City Schools will release students early on Tuesday due to predicted high temperatures.