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The camp out to land a spot in Clifton Fairview German Language School in Clifton began Thursday - 13 days before registration.
Voters created perhaps the most diverse Cincinnati Public School board to date, with the election of its first Latino member and business and union backed candidates.
Northern Kentucky has 680 high-paying manufacturing jobs unfilled because of a lack of qualified workers. Gateway Technical & Community College has a plan to attract women into those jobs.
This year’s race for the Cincinnati Public Schools board is an unusually wide open one, with nine candidates running for four seats.
Northern Kentucky University has chosen Sue Ott Rowlands as its next vice president for academic affairs and provost.
Access to University of Cincinnati's library and other facilities, guaranteed admission and transfer to UC Honors Program from Cincinnati State's Honors program are among the benefits of the new agreement the schools signed Wednesday.
Tick. Tock. A complete overhaul of the GED has current students rushing to complete the tests — or risk having to start from scratch in January.
Fixing Cincinnati’s lowest-performing neighborhood schools was the top priority for a slate of nine candidates at a forum Thursday night.
Thomas More President David Armstrong bring a football coach's enthusiasm and drive to the college and a deep faith that drives him. He is officially inaugurated Friday.
Is drug testing at La Salle High School an insurance policy for success, a deterrent to experimentation or an unnecessary invasion of privacy?
Kathleen Sebelius, President Barack Obama’s top point person on the health care reform rollout, will appear Wednesday at Cincinnati State as part of a panel to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
College of Mount St. Joseph is changing its name to Mount St. Joseph University in a bid to bolster its reputation as it expands its graduate and doctoral programs as well as its online offerings.
The long-held goal of creating an easier, affordable path between community college and a four-year degree in Northern Kentucky may finally be achieved.
There may be poetic justice to University of Cincinnati choosing to teach a course on innovation as its first-ever Massive Online Open Course.
Miami University may be steeped in tradition, but its legacy of generating electricity by burning coal is one it looks forward to ending.
Presidents from Ohio’s public universities and community colleges hope to garner $400 million or more in capital project funding when their collective list of priorities is passed along to state legislators in January.
Cincinnati State Technical & Community College bucked the trend among nearly all community colleges in Ohio by adding enrollment this fall despite a drop in college-aged population.
Northern Kentucky University officials and the former athletic director they say stole $311,000 wait to see whether criminal charges are filed now that school’s internal investigation has concluded.
Opportunity is knocking for Miami University students to add a minor, travel abroad or ease their semester course load with the introduction this January of a Winter Term, a first for Ohio’s public universities.
Dennis Repenning loves the students of Northern Kentucky University – really, he does. But… “We want you to graduate and move on,” the board of regents chair said. “Outside that door is a new life.”