School spending is hot issue in Ohio governor's race
from Education Week
Education may not be the top issue in the Ohio gubernatorial race — by virtually all accounts, that spot goes to jobs — but it's attracting considerable attention, with an emphasis on spending for schools. Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat seeking election to a second term, led the way in promoting an ambitious plan to revamp the state's K-12 education system, including with a school finance approach that he calls an "evidence-based model." He has said the new model, adopted last year, would over time dramatically raise the state's share of funding for education.
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