Last week, the state’s largest charter school, ECOT, filed a request for a temporary restraining order to prevent the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) from conducting an (already-delayed-by-request) review of ECOT documents. The claims by ECOT are unfounded and hold no basis in law, and the ODE response filed today calls the school out.
You can read ECOT’s full request for a temporary restraining order here.
The response filed today (get pdf copy here) by ODE is below:
What is ECOT trying to hide?
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- ECOT Loses Appeal In Franklin County Court Of Appeals
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- ECOT Teacher Explains School’s Attendance Policy