OH School Rules Could Change

Ohio’s system for intervening in poor-performing school districts would change significantly under a bill passed by the Republican-led House. In repeatedly underperforming districts, current law shifts operational control from locally elected school boards to state-appointed panels and unelected CEOs. The new plan that passed 83-12 would end those so-called “state takeovers” and require districts to create improvement plans for individual schools, rated as failing on state report cards.

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