Monday, September 8, 2014 at 7:00 PM
Next week, the rush will be on among school districts around Ohio to snag a share of money set aside to help pay for bus trips to the Statehouse.
A new study shows Ohio's kids are growing up in very different realities. And the disparity, perhaps unsurprisingly, cuts along rural, metropolitan and suburban lines.
A national advocate for literacy told a Cleveland audience Monday that efforts to boost kids’ reading skills must extend beyond the walls of the public schools.
The feminist activist shared her thoughts on current issues affecting women on ideastream's Sound of Ideas
Monday, September 8, 2014 at 3:22 PM
National parks draw lots of visitors who like the outdoors, but may not know much about what they see, whether it’s plants or animals or geology. A new digital app could help them learn. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
Monday, September 8, 2014 at 8:56 AM
More than a hundred people have participated in the argument over a repeal of Ohio’s current education standards called the Common Core. Now as Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports, at least one leader would like to see the debate take a slight change in course.
It seems like we're bombarded with "selfies", these days. People are constantly sharing those arm's-length pictures of themselves with friends, famous monuments, and even celebrities. ideastream's David C. Barnett reports that some local literacy groups are asking Northeast Ohioans to use that technique today to show off a love of reading.
Clevelanders are invited to see their city from a new perspective….out at sea. Well, lake, technically. ideastream’s Brian Bull explains:
Police seized computers and searched the home of Nordonia school board president on Friday. It’s part of a search warrant prompted by an investigation by the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Steven Bittel barricaded himself in his home with a gun but gave up in the afternoon. Reporter Mark Urycki has more on the story.
One of the country's largest newspapers has decided not to use the Cleveland Indians' logo on it's pages anymore. ideastream's David C. Barnett spoke with a sports writer for the New York Daily News about his paper's decision to ban Chief Wahoo.
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