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Public Education Partners is a non-partisan organization dedicated to the support of publicly accountable Ohio schools for all.
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Ohio Fed of Teachers Jul 16
“This is an ongoing issue of local control. The state has chosen in some districts to come in and take over local school district without the support and vote of local folks.”
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beckerle4columbuskids Jul 12
See Carol's recent letter to the editor in the Columbus dispatch.
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BuckeyeTeacher Jul 18
., what you are describing is . It's a shame it wasn't sent to you in the budget.
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Susan DuFresne 3h
End high stakes testing. Is there a teacher hack for that? cc:
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Steven Singer 9h
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Attorney-turned-teacher: teaching much harder than practicing law:
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Superintendent George Wood regarding solar energy for schools: “…it’s a win-win for everyone”:
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Thomas Ultican Jul 18
Defenders of public education are fighting with all they have against an undemocratic attack by oligarchs who are privatizing public school. via
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It Takes A Village To Tackle HB70 Jul 16
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Teresa Fedor 22h
State leaders must STOP this madness!
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Replying to @hauey2 @paodonne and 3 others
Please!
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Mark Ballard Jul 18
Joe Miller thanks for working so hard to fix such a broken system with HB70. You came into your position fighting for your district and for that I publicly say I appreciate you my friend. Please keep up your...
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BuckeyeTeacher Jul 18
aren't acting. The pressure is still on them,
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Jennifer Berkshire Jul 18
We hear a lot about virtual charters as educational failures but they are crushing it when it comes to hoovering up cash...
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Public Ed Partners Jul 17
has more influence on policy-making than factual information.
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Public Ed Partners Jul 15
EVERYBODY wants Ohio to stop taking over public school districts, except for school privatization fans and members!
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Public Ed Partners Jul 18
Replying to @hauey2 @paodonne and 6 others
Pkease research Ohio Excels and its influence on state education policy-making. Who gave its lobbyists so much power?
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Katie Hauer Jul 18
I wish the press would dig into why was able to write new grad reqs with NO educator's voice and no hearings. Who is Lisa Gray and why does think she is an education expert?? Our kids will suffer.
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Public Ed Partners Jul 18
Ohio lottery provided 10% of FY 2019 state education budget:
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Mark Ballard Jul 18
Rep. Joe Miller on Twitter
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