Philanthropy Ohio submitted written testimony on Sub HB 154, which would dissolve and replace all current academic distress commissions
HB 305: an analysis of Ohio’s proposed school funding plan finds that while it makes progress, there’s still an equity gap for poor districts
Our monthly enewsletter brings members the most current developments in education policy in the state and nation.
HB 9: regards student degree completion, general ed requirements and college credit transfer, passed the House and headed to the Senate
Sub HB 154: which dissolves and replaces all current academic distress commissions, was added to the omnibus amendment of House-passed version of HB 166, the state’s main operating budget bill.
Sub HB 154: which dissolves and replaces all current academic distress commissions, passed the House on May 1, 2019 by a vote of 83-12.
The State of Babies 2019 includes national and state data on how infants, toddlers and their families are faring, including positive early learning experiences.
In his first State of the State speech, Gov. Mike DeWine discussed early childhood education, expanded wrap-around services, K-12 substance abuse prevention education, social-emotional learning and workforce development.
Representatives Cupp and Patterson outlined their plan to revamp the state school funding formula to the State Board of Education.
Gov. John Kasich signed a total of 32 bills into law