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Many of the students enrolled in Ohio's largest online charter school when it closed in January have transferred to other schools, but state officials don't know what happened with about 2,300 students.

Reforming Ohio's Charter School Oversight

Mar 11, 2015

10 am Ohio charter schools are here to stay, but the way they are governed is changing. Last week, state auditor Dave Yost told lawmakers that the system overseeing charters is broken. This hour we'll take a closer look at proposed measures meant to increase transparency and accountability of these publicly funded, privately governed schools. Guests

Reforming Ohio’s Charter School Oversight

Mar 11, 2015
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Ohio charter schools are here to stay, but the way they are governed is changing. Last week, state auditor Dave Yost told lawmakers that the system overseeing charters is broken.

This hour we’ll take a closer look at proposed measures meant to increase transparency and accountability of these publicly funded, privately governed schools.

Ohio's Charter School Oversights

Jul 23, 2014

10:00

Last Tuesday, a group of four former Horizon teachers testified for the State Board of Education. Accusations included manipulated attendance records, inappropriate sexual behavior and improper state test handling.  Charter schools have more leeway to innovate, but critics worry they aren't being held accountable. We'll examine the issue this hour.

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