Four years ago, Ted Strickland was entering his final year as Ohio’s governor, and things were rough. The nation was in the midst of a horrible recession and the economy was struggling in many ways that were having an adverse effect on Ohio’s education system.
On top of that, Strickland had implemented legislative changes that had received mixed reviews by the education community and, by all accounts, had turned many teachers against him.
Looking back, we can recognize the complexity of many of the issues of the time. As you likely remember, jobs were being lost nationwide and Ohio was […]Full Story... →