District Administration — This digital curriculum aims to remove academic barriers by delivering a personalized learning experience that gives each student the support they need to excel.
Cola Daily — Report cards issued by the state Department of Education look a little different this year, but the data still points to positive things for local schools.
THE Journal — The Ohio Online Learning Program is teaming up with a private partner to deliver its primary source of digital curriculum.
Courier & Press — Despite changes in state funding affecting many aspects of a school corporation, Metropolitan School District of Mt. Vernon Superintendent Tom Kopatich worked to ensure adjustments didn't negatively impact students.
iNACOL — Report: Our country has been trying to address the graduation crisis in many ways.
Richland Source — Lexington High School will offer an online credit recovery program, announced Superintendent Mike Ziegelhofer during Wednesday's regular board of education meeting.
Scholastic — Westerville's school serves disenfranchised students, and grad rates soar to 75 percent.
Cleveland.com — A new school year began on Monday and with it came some new faces and plans for the future.
Forbes — Previously we discussed the landscape of online learning in higher education.
This Week Community News — With three weeks until school starts, Walnut Springs Middle School's new media center, called the Center for Inspiration, is getting close to completion.