Wednesday, January 28, 2009 at 7:58 PM
Cleveland Schools Chief Eugene Sanders says Governor Ted Strickland's education plan unveiled Wednesday didn't give enough details for the superintendent to revise a plan that could close schools and lay off hundreds. But that doesn't mean he's not hopeful.
Eugene Sanders: “I’m hopeful to the extent that when the governor looked at everything that is important to Ohio, he said that education is the number one priority. That means that we are the big winners in a tight budget environment, although we’re all bracing for modifications and adjustments.”
Governor Strickland will discuss his education plan in Cleveland at noon today at Louisa May Alcott Elementary School. He’ll also visit Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton.
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