Superintendents Speak Out about Charters
In a recent Cincinnati Enquirer article entitled “How much money do we send to charters?” superintendents in the greater Cincinnati area expressed their concern that Ohio’s charter schools are not doing better than traditional public schools and in many cases are doing much worse. They asserted that charter schools should be held to the same transparency and accountability as traditional public schools and the rules should be changed to ensure that no local levy money goes to charters. These Cincinnati area superintendents are members of the Ohio Public School Advocacy Network which is leading a grass roots movement to provide Ohio’s citizens with a stronger voice in shaping education policy and return local control to their public schools.
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