- OSU professor and Columbus City Schools dad Vladimir Kogan hit the pages of the Dispatch today with a cold dose of reality. Teacher absenteeism and a lack of substitutes was a huge problem in the district long before anyone ever heard of SARS-CoV-2, as was the less-than-productive “dividing” of students from unstaffed classrooms on a daily basis. As usual, the professor provides
receiptsdata in his op-ed. (Columbus Dispatch, 1/10/21)
- Meanwhile, the Dayton Daily News has its own take on the state of play with regard to the EdChoice Scholarship program. that take is: Voucher usage has “skyrocketed” in Montgomery County and across the state in recent years, thus it makes sense that voucher opponents are choosing to file a lawsuit to kill the program at this moment. I wonder if they see the double meaning in that argument? I’ll be they don’t. (Dayton Daily News, 1/10/21)
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