So, a price has to be paid when a bounty is received in Clipsville, apparently.
After yesterday’s bumper crop of clips, we’ve got very little at all to talk about today, and it’s all updates on old and barely interesting news from Columbus.
- A second report was released this week by the Auditor of State, noting that certain types of data scrubbing continued in Columbus high schools well after the first public airing of allegations and a public declaration by the then-Superintendent that it would stop. (Columbus Dispatch)
- Now that the number has been pretty well determined ($50 million) and the hardest item has been pretty well decided (school closures), the Columbus Board of Education is starting to get a picture of what their needed budget cuts will really look like. (Columbus Dispatch)
P.S. – There’s a fascinating (as online comments sections go) “conversation” about charter schools below this piece online. Worth taking a look at.