The Thomas B. Fordham Institute is one of the plaintiffs in. The suit challenges the legality of new federal regulations that would serve to significantly restrict access to Charter School Grant (CSP) funds.
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. Magnets and other schools of choice also fill numerous slots.
Celebration in Toledo
The upcoming, is cause for celebration. The school is lauded for its small class sizes, wraparound services, and focus on developing individual leadership skills in its students.
New year, great new option
Here’s. The enthusiastic coverage includes information on the joint focus on academics and athletics as well as information on a summer sports camp run by the school and open to all interested young people. Kudos to all.
Afterschool Child Enrichment
As the new school year begins here in Ohio,, which provides up to $500 per child for families with incomes at or below 300 percent of the federal poverty line to use toward afterschool (and summer) activities such as music lessons, tutoring help, and art classes. The ACE program is open to all eligible families, regardless of school attended, and applies to children ages 6 to 18. More information can be found in the Rep article or from .
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