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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 72(January 27th, 2021)

A Thorough and Efficient System of Common Schools Throughout the State—Period! The State has NOT perfected a thorough and efficient system of common schools as required by the Ohio Constitution. (The 25thanniversary of the March 24, 1997 DeRolph school funding decision is at hand) The State is responsible for a statewide [...]

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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 71(January 26th, 2021)

Ohio’s EdChoice Voucher Program Has Failed: Dan Heintz Dan Heintz, a teacher, school Board member, and member of the Equity and Adequacy Coalition steering committee, sets the record straight on the failed EdChoice Voucher scheme. His statement in his Guest Column, Cleveland.com—“EdChoice is about compensation, not competition”—hits a bullseye on this matter. [...]

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From The Statehouse to the Schoolhouse, Volume 70(January 25th, 2021)

A Public Forum: Are School Vouchers Legal—February 23, 7-8:45 PM (Via Zoom)—sponsored by the Heights Coalition Attached is information regarding the Forum. Zoom attendance is limited; sign-up early. A Public Forum: Are School Vouchers Legal? Wednesday, February 23, 2022 7 PM-8:45 PM through Zoom Register with your Zoom account at chuh.net/coalition and get more [...]

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Clermont County Democratic Party Donkey Club Membership

The Clermont County Democratic Party strives to elect Democratic candidates and promote Democratic issues. We are committed to social and economic justice, environmental stewardship, and effective government in our county and beyond. By joining the Clermont County Donkey Club you are contributing to raising awareness of our party and its core beliefs. Through meetings, forums, trainings, social events, and community service, we are strengthening our community and creating a more balanced electorate.

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