- On Wednesday, we covered some sobering data about economic segregation in Ohio’s education system, including interdistrict open enrollment. Today,
, including race and income. And, yes, Ohio is one of Bradford’s prime examples. (Wall Street Journal, 6/13/21)
- Meanwhile meanwhile,
. The program started Monday. (MyFox28News, Columbus, 6/14/21
- Coventry Local Schools is
fiscal prudence, penny-pinching, and following state guidancea levy. Duh. “It’s a time to celebrate for sure, but it’s not a time to stop what we are doing,” said the district supe in summation. (Akron Beacon Journal, 6/18/21) And speaking of not stopping, across the street. The renovations on the new space cost more than $3 million, incurred numerous errors and overruns, and took forever. Meanwhile, the move still leaves them underwater to the tune of $5 million on the old building, which despite its decrepitude will still be used for some meetings and events going forward because…well, why not? It’s only other people’s money! (Dayton Daily News, 6/17/21) . It has been in that state for five years, although it had been in fiscal watch for a whopping 18 years before that. What finally got them out of the hole after all that time? Come on. What else could it be but
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