Growing Criticism of State Takeover of Schools Policy; Be Well Health: Measles Outbreak

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There was a lot of hope, and some fear, when the state took over the struggling Lorain schools in 2017. For many, the hope is gone and the fears realized. And now there's a call in Lorain and across the state to change the rules for state takeovers. On the Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about how the state takes control of failing districts and myriad ideas on changing it, including a bill that would give locals more control in Lorain.

Guests: 

-Jim Siegel, Statehouse Reporter, Columbus Dispatch 

-David Hardy, Jr., CEO, Lorain City Schools 

-State Rep Kent Smith, (D-Euclid) 

-Mayor Chase Ritenauer, City of Lorain

-Marlene Harris-Taylor, Be Well Health Reporter

-Phil Setnick, Vice President, Heights Jewish Center

-Andrew Heffron, Clinic Supervisor, Cuyahoga County Board of Health 

-State Senator Nickie Antonio (D-Lakewood) 

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