A state-contracted analysis of Ohio
Graduation Tests last year flagged seven individual answer sheets at
Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School for having a
suspiciously high ratio of erasures resulting in wrong-to-right answers.
Cincinnati’s beleaguered public school system, faced with a
projected $43 million budget gap for next year, slashed 10 percent of
its teaching staff April 17. In a special session, the school board
voted unanimously to eliminate at least 237 jobs, saving the district
around $20 million.
A recent Enquirer story leaves out the fact that the Mormon church
outlawed polygamy all the way back in 1890, prohibited black people from
priesthood until 1978 and reportedly only overturned it once senior
church members found out that the New Orleans Jazz would be moving to
Salt Lake City.
Ally is Cincinnati’s green introduction service, but it isn’t in the businesses of helping ecologically oriented singles find compatible mates. It’s a nonprofit organization that brings together individuals, businesses and other likeminded groups to create green and healthy schools.