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Lawmakers Tackle Charter School Bills After Scandal, Ruling

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Recent charter school developments put additional pressure on Ohio lawmakers trying to tighten regulation of the schools via pending legislation. Last month’s ouster of Ohio’s charter schools director after he acknowledged manipulating poor-performing schools’ evaluations has drawn the attention of state authorities. Some state school board members sought unsuccessfully on Tuesday… Read More

OH Supreme Court Rejects Local Ballot Protest

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Residents in three Ohio counties where Secretary of State Jon Husted  invalidated anti-fracking ballot issues have lost a lawsuit before the Ohio Supreme Court. Justices said in a 6-1 decision Wednesday that Husted didn’t have the discretion to assess the legality of “community rights charters” offered in Fulton, Medina and Athens counties, but he had… Read More

Swedish Reporter Visits America to Learn More About Labor Unions and Consumerism

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Daniel Persson, an investigative reporter based in southern Sweden, is a Transatlantic Media Fellow and he is spending three months traveling across the United States to expand his knowledge of America. Specifically, Persson is examining the influence of the American labor movement in the 21st century and he also is investigating the role of consumerism… Read More