Michael Cole CCS Board Votes To Join Coalition Against State Voucher Program By Alison Holm • Jun 2, 2021 Columbus City Schools Board Tuesday night approved a resolution to join possible litigation over the state voucher program that takes money away from public schools - but not without heated argument. Columbus Schools Will Spend Up To $50K On Plans For Possible Strike By Alison Holm • Jun 19, 2019 While both sides insist they are bargaining in good faith, the Columbus City Schools and the teachers union continue to plan for a possible strike this fall. Columbus School Board Member To Run For Ohio House By Jim Letizia • Jan 11, 2018 columbusconstruction.org Columbus school board member Michael Cole says he plans to run for the Ohio House seat currently held by fellow Democrat Hearcel Craig, who is running for the Ohio Senate. Voters Retain Three Columbus School Board Incumbents By Alison Holm • Nov 8, 2017 All three incumbents retained their seats on the Columbus Board of Education in Tuesday's election that pitted Democrats against Democrats. Voters Choose General Election Candidates For Columbus City Council And School Board By Jim Letizia • May 3, 2017 columbus.gov Three Democratic Columbus City Council incumbents will face two other Democrats and one Republican challenger in November after winning yesterday's primary election. The Candidates For Columbus School Board By Jim Letizia • Feb 3, 2017 Eight people have filed to run for three Columbus School Board seats this year. CCS Ballot Issue Will Fund Nurses, Teachers And Deferred Maintenance By Alison Holm • Jul 21, 2016 The Columbus City Schools' board this morning unanimously approved a combined levy and bond package for the fall ballot. CCS Board Elects Leaders For New Year By Alison Holm • Jan 6, 2016 WCBE Files The Columbus City School Board last night re-elected Gary Baker as president on a 4-3 vote, despite a challenge from board member Mary Jo Hudson. Columbus Coaches Complain New OHSAA Classifications Hurt City Kids By Alison Holm • Aug 5, 2015 City League coaches are turning to the Columbus Board of Education for help in battling a new ruling from the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Alison Holm explains.