TEN IDEAS: Add a Second Track to High School Education

Last week, I told you about my radical idea to scrap the current education-funding mechanism (property taxes) and replace it gradually with consumption taxes. This week, I’m going to explore an even more radical idea: Adding a second track for high school students. First, the “Why” – As many as 11% of Ohio families with a […]

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TEN IDEAS: Revolutionize School Funding, Incrementally

It’s a constant refrain during election season: “Ohio’s school funding is unconstitutional. What are you going to do about it?” Then, you’re likely to hear a politician deliver a platitude about “valuing education” and “investing in kids.” Sounds good, but without concrete proposals, the DeRolph Era will continue to perpetuity. We will continue to have […]

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