In an amicus brief with the Ohio Supreme Court, Democrats in the Ohio Senate and House of Representatives took ECOT to task for trying to make a “mockery” of Ohio’s public education system in the case of The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow v. Ohio Department of Education.
The brief responds to ECOT’s ongoing lawsuit to avoid repaying nearly $80 million after audits conducted by the Department of Education (ODE) determined the online charter school had inflated student attendance.
“ECOT is demanding a ruling from this court which would protect its funding stream to the detriment of thousands of students they failed to teach,” […]Full Story... →
As our president continues to strut around the globe to sustain his mitered command of his office, let’s s not forget that there’s still work to be done by his apostles back home.
So I’ve gathered some of their useless comments for you to translate as you will as I hopelessly toy with the Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle. Hope you have better luck than I:
Energy secretary Rick Perry, an unbridled zealot for fossil fuels, linking them to a barrier against sexual assault:
“Let me tell you where people are dying is in Africa,” Perry said in Newsweek upon his return from […]Full Story... →
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