From the daily archives: Saturday, April 30, 2011

According to a post by The Thomas B. Fordham Institute yesterday, the new budget released by House Republicans “risks making the Buckeye State the nation’s laughing stock when it comes to charter school programs.”

Fordham is hardly an unbiased observer. They are an advocacy group focused on education and they are unabashedly pro-charter school. They even sponsor charter schools in Ohio, including the KIPP school in Columbus. While I don’t agree with them on a lot of their policy, their analysis of the new budget is dead-on.

As Fordham points out, Ohio’s charter system has faced a whole lot […]

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