On this episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we take a look at education in Columbus, past and present. Local historian Jeff Darbee takes us on a tour of historic schools, and we visit a community event to learn about preventing infant mortality. Plus, learn about a mentoring program for African-American youth, the history of Ohio Dominican […]
We talk with director Derrick Lewis to learn about Men of Courage, a local mentoring program for African-American youth.
We explore the history of Ohio Dominican University, originally founded in 1911 as College of St. Mary of the Springs by the Dominican Sisters of Peace.
On the next episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we’ll take a look at Columbus public institutions that have shaped the city, including the Ohio Penitentiary, the Ohio School for the Deaf and the Ohio Institution for the Education of the Blind. Watch at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24 on WOSU TV.
Brent Davis of WOSU Public Media visits the Ohio Village School at Ohio History Connection to find out how they use the village to educate visitors about Ohio history.