The editorial, "Just tossing more money at schools won't solve problems," is misleading and paints an incomplete picture about Ohio's recent school funding history. For the record, the Rutgers/Education Law Center report from the story praised school funding in Ohio as fair and adequate, using 2009 data. In 2009, funding reforms in House Bill 1, signed by then-Gov. Ted Strickland, added to fairness. More recently, schools took $2.9 billion in cuts from our current governor, who threw out the old funding formula without establishing a new one. This year's data will surely tell a more dismal school funding story.