State lawmakers are considering a handful of bills to change how the state responds to school districts in academic distress.
Current law – passed in 2015 – says the state takes over any district that receives three consecutive failing grades on the state report card.
Dayton schools are scheduled for state takeover this summer. Columbus and other districts face takeovers after next school year.
Today on All Sides, we discuss that and more on our weekly Reporter Roundtable.
- Laura Bischoff, State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News
- Andy Chow, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Reporter
- Marty Schladen, Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch