Jeremy P. Kelley, Dayton Daily News

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Ohio’s new COVID dashboard shows 26 cases tied to local schools last week

State dashboard shows 26 COVID-19 cases among local K-12 school students and staff. → Read More

How local schools rank: Report card data on job credentials, college credits, ACT scores

Report card data shows which Ohio schools' students are highest and lowest in college credits, honors diplomas, job-industry credentials. → Read More

LIST: Graduation rate for area school districts released

The Ohio Department of Education released school report cards Tuesday that showed the four-year graduation rate for Class of 2019, by school district. → Read More

REPORT CARD LOOK: Ohio’s high school graduation rate improves

The state report card is light on details due to the cancellation of spring tests, but graduation and other high school measures show progress. → Read More

School report cards out today will have limited data

Annual report cards for Ohio's schools come out Tuesday, but since state tests were canceled last spring, the data will be limited. → Read More

Here’s when Ohio’s first school-based COVID-19 data will be released

Schools started reporting COVID-19 cases to health officials this week, but the weekly statewide "COVID in schools" report won't start until Sept. 17. → Read More

54 local students test in top 1%, earn National Merit honor

More than 50 students from 19 local high schools were honored as National Merit semifinalists for top test scores. → Read More

DPS board OKs football, other fall sports to play games

Dayton's school board voted to allow fall sports teams to play games while classes remain in online format. → Read More

Last local students having first day of school today

The last local school districts to start the 2020-21 year are beginning classes this week, both online and in-person. → Read More

How schools plan to address learning lost to “COVID slide”

Some students may be behind academically after a long spring/summer break, while others are on-track. Schools have to diagnose where each kid stands in order to meet their needs. → Read More

Dayton teachers union calls layoffs ’hazardous to students’

Dayton's teachers union responded Tuesday to the school board's decision to temporarily lay off 114 teachers, nurses and counselors. → Read More

Dayton school board, administrators debated reasons for layoffs

Dayton Public Schools leaders had different opinions on the educational and financial need for the major layoffs approved Friday. → Read More

JUST IN: Dayton school board about to vote on 241 layoffs, furloughs

Dayton's school board will vote late Friday afternoon on more than 200 temporary layoffs and furloughs, plus 25 permanent layoffs → Read More

School reopening triggers lawsuits in Ohio, other states

Parents are suing to force schools to open in Ohio and California; teachers and schools are suing state leadership in Iowa and Florida. → Read More

Judge rules Bellbrook school board violated public meeting law repeatedly

Judge rules that Bellbrook school board violated state law requiring public business to be deliberated in open public meetings. → Read More

After vague first notice, Dayton’s school board confirms meeting is about layoffs

Dayton school board confirms that Friday's meeting is to vote on layoffs; previous vague notice didn't satisfy Sunshine Law, which has landed DPS in court before. → Read More

Dayton school board may vote Friday on layoffs, fall sports

Dayton's school board will meet Friday afternoon. They are expected to vote on layoffs and to discuss the status of fall sports and extracurricular activities. → Read More

Schools work out kinks on “very good” first day

Oakwood, Beavercreek and Vandalia-Butler had students in-person for the first time Monday, while Centerville started online. → Read More

Dayton teachers union members cast ballots in drive-thru vote

Hundreds of Dayton teachers union members participated in a drive-thru vote Monday at Ponitz Career Technology Center that is connected to Dayton Public Schools' upcoming layoffs plan. → Read More

Dayton schools close in on long-delayed headquarters move

Dayton Public Schools plans to move its central office staff 50 yards across the street to buildings they've spent nearly $4 million renovating. → Read More