Ohio Still Looking for Funding Solution 20 Years After DeRolph Case Decision

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The fact that Ohio's school funding system is unconstitutional has been established. The Ohio Supreme Court first decided that two decades ago, and for good measure, the court issued three subsequent rulings saying the same thing. So where does school funding stand today? Is it fundamentally different than 20 years ago?

Guests: 
  • Rep. Andrew Brenner, R-Ohio 67th District, House Education Committee Chair  
  • Howard Fleeter, Economist, School Funding Consultant to the Ohio Education Policy Institute 
  • Danielle Farrie, PhD, Research Director, Education Law Center 
  • Bryan Flannery, Former Ohio Lawmaker

 

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