As we await to see the details in the Governor's first budget, WDTN reports
The cuts are expected to fall anywhere up to 20%.
The Dispatch reports on another of the touted "reforms" being considered to Ohio
But for the first time, the program's arrival here has gone from a mere wish among supporters to seemingly imminent after Gov. John Kasich promised to open doors for the group in his State of the State speech last week. To that end, companion bills are moving through the legislature that would remove barriers to TFA's operation here.
"It's signaling momentum that a TFA region in Ohio could be possible," said Rebecca Neale
The Plain Dealer reports on continued protests regarding SB 5
"Collective bargaining is a system of checks and balances," special education teacher Wendy Shubrowsky said. "This (bill) will devastate teachers and all public employees. This will decimate my family. We will have to move."
More rallys are planned for Tomorrow. You can check out this OEA page for details of a rally near you.
If you can't attend a rally, please consider contacting your State Representative. You can Use OEA's toll-free Educator Connector phone line to connect quickly and easily to your State Representative. Call (888) 907-7309 and immediately take action