The University of Cincinnati and its main faculty union have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract, potentially ending a protracted fight that saw professors working under last year's expired contract more than halfway into the school year.
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” was grilled by Tri-State schoolchildren who asked about life after death, the scariest explosion he’d ever heard and traveling faster than light speed.
Matt Madison could have relied on his own expertise or a downtown marketing firm to dream up a new summer flavor for his growing Madisono’s Gelato brand. Instead, he turned to sixth graders.
Is it just in the imagination of curmudgeons that schools close at the drop of a snowflake these days? Depend on who you ask.
The Obama administration has redoubled its efforts to reduce sexual assaults on college campuses, and Greater Cincinnati schools say they are answering the call to action.
Sandy Hook, Columbine, Chardon and dozens of more school shootings push parents, politicians and educators to seek more security. What will Ohio legislators do?
An outspoken critic of University of Cincinnati’s record on racial diversity received an anonymous inflammatory letter that disparages African American UC students and graduates.
Learning that crosses old disciplinary boundaries and caters to traditional and non-traditional students alike are top priorities of Northern Kentucky University’s newly minted strategic plan.
After a national search for a chief diversity officer, University of Cincinnati stayed in-house to select Bleuzette Marshall to lead efforts to combat persistent racial inequality in the university system.
Construction of a new dormitory and expanded recreation center at Northern Kentucky University are on track to cost $4.3 million less than anticipated.
While educators and statisticians pile on more evidence of how early childhood education leads to later academic and career success, budget cuts due to sequestration have further sliced into funding for public preschool.
Nestled on a 22-acre wooded estate featuring a storybook Tudor mansion, St. Ursula Villa has everything a private academy could offer. Everything but elbow room.
More than 50 faculty members silently converged on the University of Cincinnati board meeting in silent protest of protracted contract negotiations that have been ongoing for 14 months.
The University of Cincinnati has a more racially diverse student body than Miami or Northern Kentucky Universities, but it lags behind some peers within its athletic conference, according to a WCPO analysis.
Earning college credits while in high school, which save parents thousands of dollars, is expanding across the Tri-State. It's a boon for high achievers looking to get a leg up on college but might not be right for every student, some experts say.
Students are saving thousands of dollars on degrees from University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University and other four-year institutions by starting at community colleges. It's a path to success for many but not for everybody.
Urban school districts like that in Cincinnati spend less per student and wealthy districts like Indian Hill spend even more when poverty is taken into proper consideration.
The camp out to land a spot in Clifton Fairview German Language School in Clifton began Thursday - 13 days before registration.
Voters created perhaps the most diverse Cincinnati Public School board to date, with the election of its first Latino member and business and union backed candidates.
Northern Kentucky has 680 high-paying manufacturing jobs unfilled because of a lack of qualified workers. Gateway Technical & Community College has a plan to attract women into those jobs.