Columbus, OH–The Paragon Project, a revolving collective of nationally-recognized high school artists, is releasing its fourth album, along with an illustrated lyric video and discussion guide and remix project, on July 10, 2020.

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres laid out a sobering view of the current state of the world Tuesday, saying that "a wind of madness is sweeping the globe" as instability erupts into unpredictable and violent conflicts. The problems are made even worse, he said, by faltering economic situations and countries that disrespect U.N. Security Council resolutions "before the ink is dry."

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Minority Democrats in the Ohio Senate say they'll be focusing on jobs, the economy and education in  the new general assembly.

Education is a major issue in the gubernatorial race. 


Last year, frustrated parents spurred a movement by pulling their kids out of the annual standardized tests. 

An Ohio House committee held a rare evening hearing on the Common Core education standards.

The Ohio Academy of Science offers a new program to help high school students brain-storm ideas for new businesses or innovations as they meet state science, technology, engineering and math curriculum requirements. 

Cooks use math to make beautiful food all the time: Slicing eight perfect pieces of pie or doubling a recipe requires basic knowledge of fractions, for example.

But how many cooks think about using beautiful food to illustrate the math itself?

Lenore M. Edman and Windell H. Oskay of the blog Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories do. Feast your eyes on their latest work, "Sconic Sections," pictured above.

SB 5 encouraged teachers to run statewide

Oct 24, 2012

This time last year, Ohio airwaves were flooded with political ads urging people to vote for or against Senate Bill 5. That was the state law that would have curbed public employees ability to collectively bargain, and it lost -- big. After that election many teachers decided they want to become a more direct part of the legislative process. And StateImpact Ohio’s Ida Lieszkovszky reports they’re now hoping to switch their classrooms for the Statehouse.

The Ohio House has approved an education plan for the City of Cleveland giving Mayor Frank Jackson more power over the school district. It also makes major changes for teacher layoffs and recalls by using an evaluation process instead of strict seniority. State representatives are weighing in.