Superintendents Fight Back

On January 18, one of the education policy groups working with the Ohio Public School Advocacy Network hosted three of the superintendents who are helping to lead this grassroots movement to provide citizens with a stronger voice in shaping statewide education policy.  Sponsored by the Heights Coalition for Public Education and entitled “Superintendents Fight Back,” the panel presentation and discussion featured Woodridge Superintendent Walter Davis, Olmsted Falls Superintendent Jim Lloyd and Cleveland Heights-University Heights Superintendent Talisa Dixon.  In addition to the website article, the 90-minute forum was video-recorded.  The goal this year for the Ohio Public School Advocacy Network is to create education policy advisory groups in school districts throughout Ohio.

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