This morning, Gov. John Kasich will formally sign legislation that will create significant change in how the Cleveland school district operates. Those changes include altering how teachers are laid off and allowing local tax dollars to be shared with charter schools. Getting the bill passed took cooperation between Cleveland’s Democratic mayor and Ohio’s Republican governor, and a lot of money, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Stay tuned to StateImpact Ohio online and on air later today for more on the bill’s signing.