First Movement for Black Lives conference ends with unrest Cleveland
Louis Stokes announces he has brain and lung cancer
Signs warning of fireworks' effects on PTSD vets may have consequences, too
Many Ohioans struggle to keep rented roofs over their heads
Medina County librarian wins national award
Ohio's Sen. Portman says gay marriage is a time for Americans to unite
Historic housing complex in Youngstown gets a new purpose for vets
Northern Cheyenne find common ground with Akron students
Cherry tree walk is completed in Akron
A new film focuses on the event that led to the Kent State shootings
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Ohio Department of Education abruptly halts charter-sponsor evaluations
Ohio offers a bonus for high-performing schools
A Northeast Ohio school finds way to add sports in tough budget times
Ohio schools will look to local levies to make up for state cuts
Ohio legislators look to barricades to protect students
A new report finds most Ohio teachers rated highly in evaluations
Ohio schools are facing a shortage of bus drivers
Fordham Institute report calls for fewer regulations on schools
Senator Brown shares ideas on reducing standardized testing
Scores of Cleveland Brelo verdict protesters are arraigned and most released
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