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    Ohio community’s parents, teachers, students stand against extreme school board proposal

    “What the board is doing is a slap in the face to the teachers and to the community,” said parent Deborah Dunlap, who has three children in Reynoldsburg schools.

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    Florida voucher expansion bill challenged in court by educators

    In addition to draining public schools of valuable resources, legislation may also violate a constitutional requirement.

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    Ohio educators testify against corrupt charter school

    After four educators testified against their former employers, the Horizon Science Academy, about serious misconduct, charter school supporters in the Ohio Department of Education called their motives into question.

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    Florida universities suffer funding crisis as Gov. Scott ramps up political games

    A FL professor shows how Rick Scott’s shell game works and how Florida voters can put an end to it this November.

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    Proposed constitutional amendment says money should not equal speech

    “We must pass an amendment that will restore integrity to our elections, so that a corporation or a billionaire in one state cannot have more influence than working families in the other 49.”

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  1. Ohio community’s parents, teachers, students stand against extreme school board proposal
  2. Florida voucher expansion bill challenged in court by educators
  3. Ohio educators testify against corrupt charter school
  4. Florida universities suffer funding crisis as Gov. Scott ramps up political games
  5. Proposed constitutional amendment says money should not equal speech

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State news roundup for July 19, 2014

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This week we talk about the gubernatorial race in WI, a big win against charters in MA, an article from NY on union-oriented editorial cartoons and feature a profile of incoming NEA Vice President Becky Pringle from her home state of PA.

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