The Learning Pod: How will Ohio fund education and fix its “broken” funding formula? Here are the options
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Columbus Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Alissa Widman Neese and Megan Henry speak with special guest Anna Staver
It's that time of year again when Ohio lawmakers are tasked with creating the state’s biennial education budget. In February, Gov. Mike DeWine announced his proposed two-year budget, which kept funding for K-12 school education relatively flat.
He said at the time that he wanted to leave the decision about how to fund Ohio's public schools up to state lawmakers. As it turns out, the House and the Senate have two very different ideas about how to tackle it.