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What Would You Ask Ohio State Superintendent Richard Ross?

Richard Ross took over Ohio’s top education spot earlier this year.

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Since then, he’s been busy. He’s been pushing the state’s third-grade reading guarantee requirement. Last week, he announced a $10 million grant that will open up more than 2,400 classroom seats for kids in high-poverty areas across Ohio. And he’s even joined Twitter.

Tomorrow, StateImpact reporter Amy Hansen will be chatting with Ross. She wants to know what you’d like to ask him. Questions about the Common Core? Teacher evaluations? The third grade reading guarantee? His love of the phrase “boys and girls”?

We want to hear what you’d like to ask. Feel free to comment on this post, send a tweet to @_AmyHansen, or email amy.hansen@ideastream.org.

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  • Tony

    I’d like to know why the superintendent of “public” education is advocating for students to go to private schools? It’s fine if he personally feels that way but having that title is very contradictory.

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