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Average pay for teachers in most Tri-State school districts is below statewide average.
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College's acres of living laboratories teach not only students but also EPA experts and the region's sewer researchers.
A team at the university is working to develop an "intuitive exoskeleton" that can read the human brain and help people with limited mobility get around more easily.
Big names and local favorites will channel their creativity into re-imagining a legendary or mythical creature.
Teens from Asian nations dominated a global exam given to 15-year-olds, while U.S. students showed little improvement and failed to reach the top 20 in math, science or reading, according to test results released Tuesday.
Parents and staff in the Fairfield School District could learn Wednesday whether or not a levy floated in November passed or not.
A rash of burglaries around the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown campus has university police on high alert this holiday season. Police, in turn, are asking college residents to take precautions to protect their belongings
The former superintendent of Dayton schools pleaded guilty to embezzlement in federal court Monday morning and will go to prison for 18-24 months in a plea deal.
274 members strong, the Lakota West Marching Band from West Chester was the only Ohio band to take part in the 2013 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Seton High School received a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance Company on Monday.
Courtney Wittekind of Mason and another Ohio student have been named Rhodes Scholars and will enter England's prestigious Oxford University next October.
A University of Cincinnati student has started a petition because she says she doesn't feel safe on campus.
Cincinnati Public Schools are trying to go green with a new initiative to jump start recycling.
The Dayton Independent School District will recover $511,000 after a special state auditor's examination found abuses by the former superintendent, officials announced Thursday.
Earning college credits while in high school, which save parents thousands of dollars, is expanding across the Tri-State. It's a boon for high achievers looking to get a leg up on college but might not be right for every student, some experts say.
The Ohio House has passed a bill that will make it much easier for schools to stock general-use supplies of epinephrine shots used to counter allergic reactions.
Students are saving thousands of dollars on degrees from University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University and other four-year institutions by starting at community colleges. It's a path to success for many but not for everybody.
Butler County elections officials say the $13.8 million school tax levy, which unofficially passed by a razor thin margin on Nov. 5, has passed again after an official count Tuesday and does not qualify for a recount.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be the commencement speaker for Dec. 14 ceremonies at the University of Cincinnati.
Urban school districts like that in Cincinnati spend less per student and wealthy districts like Indian Hill spend even more when poverty is taken into proper consideration.
Bob is WCPO's education reporter, highlighting what's working and what needs fixing from preschools to doctoral programs. A Cincinnati native, Bob was previously a regular contributor to the New York Times and was a staff reporter on many beats through 10 years at the Cincinnati Post and Kentucky Post newspapers.