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Join the best of Governor Kasich’s School Funding Plan with that of the House--and Ohio’s schools can move forward through the mountain of ignorance
John Dues, school director for Columbus Collegiate Academy, wrote a response to a charter-school critic's piece that recently appeared as a Letter to the Editor in The Columbus Dispatch.
This article originally appeared in Carnegie Mellon Today. It is reprinted with permission.
In recent weeks, however, the anti-charter crowd has been working the state’s newspapers to spread half-truths and canards about Ohio’s charter school program.
Districts' traditional boundary lines continue to blur
Bill Gates piece in Washington Post sides with Terry Ryan's commentary about Ohio's physical education evaluations.
Mathematica doesn’t find the magic formula for KIPP’s success. But, there are a few tantalizing results.
Students’ academic excellence recognized in Dublin City’s financial report
An introduction to our upcoming Common Core blog discussions with school leaders
Enticing our top college graduates to teach in America’s classrooms is a serious challenge, bordering on an epidemic in some of our poorer communities and neighborhoods.