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School officials react to state’s plan

February 2, 2013

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BeRight

Feb-03-13 11:05 AM

One more thing that Strickland scewed up that KasicH has to fix. If Ted didn't make so many mistakes, Kasich could get on with the real work of the state.

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irisheyes

Feb-02-13 4:25 PM

Be very weary of anything that comes from the desk of johnboy kasich

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scrappile

Feb-02-13 2:44 PM

School funding should be divided equally, that is what brought about the Derolph case and the decision by state Supreme court that state funding of schools was unconstitutional.

One question not answered and Johnny, did not elaborate on was vouchers for private schools, also not much in terms of funding charter schools. If given the opportunity to ask, the future of funding of on-line schools, which could really cut the cost of education in K-12, should have been answered.

Just as if the tangible property tax gap will be filled by this plan. Details, details, only time will tell.

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rocker

Feb-02-13 2:02 PM

Sounds like a good plan so far. I never did understand why some schools get more money than others. It should be divided equally to each school to be fair.

All you demokrats out there should be happy with the $1.2 billion for the schools thanks to Gov. Kasichs good fiscal policy. :)

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