Better communication and reasonable flexibility for students are crucial if this OPS effort is to succeed.
Omaha Public Schools parents told the school board they have deep concerns and questions about the plans to bring academies and pathways to the district's high schools.
Shavonna Holman, who served as vice president in 2020, was nominated by outgoing President Marque Snow for the top spot on the board. The board voted 9-0 by secret ballot to give Holman the job.
Several newcomers were elected to the OPS board at a time the district is facing unprecedented challenges because of COVID-19.
Just two days away now. That’s certainly a big relief for the many Nebraskans wearied by this seemingly endless election season.
It’s vital that the OPS board have capable members who demonstrate sound judgment and work constructively with the district superintendent in addressing a wide range of needs.
The Omaha Public Schools is a huge, complex institution that has a far-ranging impact on our community's future. It's vital that the OPS board…
There are two contested primaries for two spots on the OPS school board.
Regarding the July 16 World-Herald article “State finds a few issues, but no major concerns,” I applaud the recent efforts of State Treasurer …