Posted Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Tightening the state budget was bound to cause pain but some taxpayers, particularly in wealthier school districts, howled at the deep cuts. Ohio legislators have responded by proposing to rein in some of Governor John Kasich's proposals. But superintendents say it's still not enough. Meanwhile, school tax levies dot local ballots Tuesday as Ohio communities continue to struggle to pay for schools. Let's talk about it Tuesday at 9:00 on the Sound of Ideas.
Joseph Regano, superintendent, Solon city schools
Robert Scott, superintendent, Avon Lake city schools
Rep. Nan Baker, R-Westlake
Sharon Broussard, editorial writer, The Plain Dealer
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