Double-digit cuts a sure thing for Ohio cities, mayors say, full coronavirus impact unknown

BY: - April 29, 2020

Mayors of many cities in Ohio agree that the steps taken to stem the spread of coronavirus were necessary, but the impacts of the stay-at-home orders and the business closures will be on their minds for the foreseeable future. Municipalities already anticipate drops in income taxes — one of the main revenue sources for the […]

EdChoice debate: Opponents of district-funded vouchers say formula is the problem, not schools

BY: - February 26, 2020

An Ohio legislative committee adjourned without making a decision on changes to the state’s private school voucher program, but not before hearing about 50 hours of testimony over the course of a week. The testimony came from schools districts and students from all reaches of the state, and included pleas to keep the EdChoice program […]