CPS

Education
1:08 pm
Wed October 17, 2012

Cincinnati drops a category in Ohio school ratings report; other districts listed

Ohio academic data is now out after being delayed by a student-attendance investigation. Cincinnati dropped a category from Effective to Continuous Improvement. Superintendent Mary Ronan has a plan to improve the district's academic report card.

"We really would have liked to have stayed effective but in order to do this our performance index or final grade would have to be 90 and it was 88.5."

Ronan says the district's focus is now firmly on implementing new and more rigorous academic standards.

Read more
First day of school
11:26 am
Wed August 22, 2012

Students head back to school

Seventh and eighth graders at Nagel Middle School prepare for their first day. (Forest Hills School District)

For many Tri-State students today was the first day of school.

Thirty-three thousand kids in the Cincinnati Public School District returned to class. Highlights include four new or renovated buildings.  Western Hills High School is now a 7-12 school. Next year CPS will convert all its high schools to the 7-12 model.

Here are some pictures of kids in the Forest Hills School District, Anderson Township. Please post your first day  pictures on the WVXU Facebook page.

Education
12:28 pm
Wed August 15, 2012

Cincinnati Public excited about new state standards

The state of Cincinnati Public Schools is good but challenges are expected moving forward. That's the message today from Superintendent Mary Ronan.

CPS is transitioning this year to Ohio's new Common Core standards program.

Read more

Pages