COLUMBUS (AP) — State lawmakers pushing an overhaul of Ohio’s faculty-funding system say proposals to vary how the state takes control of poor-performing districts shouldn’t be a part of the finances debate.
Rep. John Patterson, a Democrat from Jefferson in northeastern Ohio, says lawmakers working on the difficulty need more time than the finances debate allows.
Rep. Robert Cupp, a Republican from Lima, says he prefers to not see massive coverage modifications enacted via the state price range course of, but relatively in their own payments.
Some lawmakers suggest reversing a regulation that shifted operational control of poor-performing Ohio faculty districts to state-appointed panels and unelected CEOs as an alternative of regionally elected boards.
Different lawmakers would go away such districts beneath state management but forestall more so-referred to as “state takeovers” by way of such commissions.