From the daily archives: Monday, July 6, 2015

Political gamesmanship.

And, of course, the almighty fundraising dollar.

The Ohio Senate Education Committee worked “overtime” after the passing of the state budget bill to try and pass House Bill 2 at the end of June (which they had been sitting on for nearly three months).  Nevertheless, the committee made huge progress in a short amount of time and combined House Bill 2 with the Senate’s version of charter school accountability, Senate Bill 148, which had been sitting in a Senate subcommittee since late April.  The actions to pass the bill through the Senate and get it to the House before the summer recess […]

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