Ohio Policy

Ohio House Bill 2 (HB 2) was signed into law on November 1, 2015. It was a landmark piece of legislation that significantly...
Jack Archer
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Peter Cunningham recently called district-charter collaboration the “great unfilled promise” of school choice . He explains the...
Education Week just issued its twenty-first “Quality Counts” report card for states . Ohio’s grades are so-so —and nearly...
In late 2016, we at the Ohio Gadfly asked for your predictions on the most important education issues of 2017. Here were your...
At the end of November, we asked you—our loyal Ohio Gadfly readers—to tell us what you thought were the top education stories for...
Most Ohio Gadfly readers know that we typically offer in-depth commentary one topic at a time. This tendency assumes (pardon the...
Ohio’s charter school reform discussions have mostly focused on sponsors—the entities responsible for providing charter school...
One in seven adults’ ages 18-24 in Ohio lacks a high school diploma and faces bleak prospects of prospering in our economy...
One of the big Ohio education stories of 2016 was the growing popularity of College Credit Plus (CCP), a program that provides...
The 2015–16 school year was one of transition in Ohio. New state assessments (again), new charter sponsor evaluations, and even a...
On September 15, Ohio released report cards for approximately 600 school districts and 3,500 public schools (district and charter...

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