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Ohio Schools Still Need Reform

April 14, 2014

Ohioans worried about their children’s and grandchildren’s futures, both figuratively and literally, may be scratching their heads over a proposed change to the state Constitution....

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SomeMoreEqual

Apr-16-14 5:31 AM

Im on life, friend. I dont drink, doper, excess on the good...Im just a happy chap thats figured out the left. And am fantastically cool. And oddly that bothers the good out of them.

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caltransplant

Apr-15-14 3:27 PM

Rightiswrong, whatever SME is on, keep it away from your children.

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mikeyd

Apr-15-14 8:29 AM

after 13 years in school you should be able to read.graduation rates mean nothing.the schools are failing.

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SomeMoreEqual

Apr-15-14 6:35 AM

When did it become the burden of the nation to feed and educate others kids?

Liberals keep breathing all kinds of nonsense into our Majority Amendment process Constitution. If it isnt in stone when its in the Constitution than why should it be protected with a Majority to throw it out?

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rightiswrong

Apr-14-14 10:29 PM

Talking about failure,That no child left behind by the Bushman sure was a farce.

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SomeMoreEqual

Apr-14-14 6:24 AM

Ive given up trusting the Teacher Union types will ever care enough to reform. You want safety, function and a good education. Private or home school. The leftists are too entrenched at our public schools to give you anything but ethnic pride months, homosexual agenda cloaked in Anti Bullying, and other aggressive agendas.

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