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Cincinnati teen graduates high school with college degree thanks to dual enrollment

Cincinnati, Ohio - This Sunday, a local teenager will graduate from high school with a college degree already under her belt. Tiffany Schatzle, an impressive young student, has achieved quite a bit in just a few years. Through Ohio's College Credit Plus (CCP) program,...

Northwest Local School District announces facility consolidation and new construction plan

Cincinnati, Ohio - The Northwest Local School District has released a complete master facility plan that will see the consolidation of several schools and the construction of four new buildings. This is a big step toward updating its buildings and modernizing the infrastructure. After...

Biden administration cancels $1.2 billion in student loans, a total of 7,540 Ohioans benefit immensely

Cincinnati, Ohio - This week, over 7,500 people in Ohio saw their student loans disappear thanks to a new plan based on how much...

Cincinnati schools work to recover learning losses post-pandemic

Cincinnati, Ohio - Almost four years since the pandemic began, schools are still trying to catch kids up with their studies. A study called the...

Experiential Learning Funding applications open for Ohio University students, faculty, staff

Experiential Learning Awards are available to individual undergraduate students on Ohio University’s Athens and regional campuses to support participation in creative activity, community engagement, internships,...

Ohio Department of Education and Workforce seeks nonprofit partners for summer food service program

Ohio - Stephen D. Dackin, the head of the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce, is looking for local nonprofit groups to help with...

Biden-Harris Administration Announces Nearly $5 Billion in Additional Student Debt Relief

The Biden-Harris Administration announced today the approval of an additional $4.8 billion in student loan debt relief for 80,300 borrowers. These discharges stem from...

The U.S. student population is more diverse but schools are still highly segregated – Mindshift

Today's U.S. schools have a wider mix of students than ever, but they're still divided by race, ethnicity, and how much money families have. This...