The Ohio State University wants to encourage students into taking online-only courses. The Columbus Dispatch reports that the University recently approved a new fee structure that would allow students to save money on the services they will not use.
In-state students who register for these exclusive online classes would be charged $100 a semester, while out of state students will only pay $5 more.
Central State University in Southwestern Ohio is marking its 125th Anniversary as it looks for a new president.
The historically black school in Wilberforce plans to celebrate the anniversary with a ceremonial gathering Tuesday. The Dayton Daily News reports the school of more than 2,500 students is the only predominately black institution in Ohio.
It's looking for new leadership because alumnus and school President John Garland plans to retire in June. He has led the school since 1997.
A federal appeals court is weighing whether a Knoxville student should have been allowed to read and discuss Bible passages during recess.
A three-judge panel from the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati on Wednesday took up the case brought by Samuel and Tina Whitson, who sued Knox County Schools in 2008. The Whitsons claim that Karns Elementary School Principal Cathy Summa infringed on the rights of Luke Whitson by telling him he could no longer hold Bible study on the playground.