of the Senate’s budget bill. Naturally. (Center Square, 6/15/21)
- Two great belated graduation stories here. It sounds like
- The executive editor of redefinED
, referencing Fordham’s studies on interdistrict open enrollment along with other Buckeye state data. While he ends by saying that things aren’t entirely hunky dory in Arizona, it’s hard to argue that we don’t come out looking pretty bad. (RedefinED, 6/14/21)
- Speaking of school choice in Ohio, here’s news of . This one is focused on athletics and education, which sounds like a nice and welcome twist. While the brief news coverage seems to want to make a negative out of the school’s initial 225-student enrollment limit, that really would only be a problem if for some reason you think more kids than that are in need of an alternative. And you don’t think that, do you, news mavens? (WTOL-TV, Toledo, 6/14/21) And how about the OG of existing Toledo charters? —no experience required—thanks to funding support from city leaders. Nice! (WTOL-TV, Toledo, 6/14/21)
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