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The Cleveland Area Taco Bell Restaurant Operators Association has donated $1 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee has made one last stop on his final summer tour around the state.
It's getting harder to find school districts that haven't faced budget deficits and layoffs.
Gee's legacy at OSU is filled with impressive achievements and verbal gaffes.
A Department of Justice report from 2009 found that 60 percent of American children are exposed to violence.
It's "Tressel Time." Jim Tressel, the vice president of strategic development at the University of Akron, joins us tonight.
'Sesame Street' is tackling tough topics these days, like divorce and incarceration.
The family of a special needs student says she was left out of her school's Kindergarten graduation ceremony.
Superintendent for Roman Catholic Diocese declined to reinstate gay teacher who is challenging her firing by a Catholic school
The world's future filmmakers got a preview of the kind of Hollywood glamour and glory that could be theirs someday.
Tuition and fees for in-state, undergraduate students at Ohio State University will remain the same for the next school year.
Imagine having a graduating class of only seven people. It's a reality on Put-in-Bay.
He's the man who led the Chardon Schools through the unthinkable and today marked his last day as superintendent.
The families of the teens killed in the Chardon High School shootings are back in court Friday.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announces committee recomendations for school safety.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee is expected to address trustees at their meeting Friday morning.
There's a new addition to the Cleveland Public Library but it's not a book, or even several books
The Democratic-controlled Senate has voted down a Republican proposal
to link student loan interest rates to the financial markets.
The labels, which include 'Creepy smile kid' and 'Some tall guy' appear in photo captions of the yearbook.
Students at St. Joseph Academy in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood graduated Tuesday.
OSU president has withdrawn as commencement speaker for parochial high school after reprimand for Catholics remark
The Ohio Department of Transportation is awarding $7.2 million for projects to help children safely walk or bike to school.
Three roses and diplomas were set on stage in the honor of Daniel Parmertor, Russell King Jr. and Demetrius Hewlin.
Gov. John Kasich delivers the 2 p.m. commencement address for Chardon High School's 2013 graduating class
Students at Citizens Leadership Academy had no idea the impact they would have on Connie Finley when they interviewed her for a book on local veterans.
Majority Republicans in Ohio Senate say their state budget education proposal spreads more money to more school districts.
North Royalton speller misses word in fifth round of National Spelling Bee.
Many LGBT students still suffer bullying and physical harm in their schools; a new study, a local Wickliffe senior, call for more action
Forty-one youngsters have advanced to the semifinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Cleveland's Art House is stepping up and stepping in for students in the Cleveland community.