Public Funds for Public Schools
TELL YOUR LEGISLATORS
Public funds should prioritize public school children.
Local school districts should not have to pay for students they do not educate.
Changes in state law have caused the number of Ohio school districts affected by the expansion of the EdChoice voucher program to increase from 39 to 139, and next year that number is expected to be more than 400 districts! Meanwhile. the legislature froze state aid to public schools for the next two years.
Ohio's school voucher programs provide tax dollars to pay tuition at private schools, and the unrestricted growth of the program endangers public education in Ohio.
Take action now to support public schools!
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I'm calling to ask that you support a public school funding system that prioritizes public school children, and end the practice of requiring local districts to pay for students they do not educate.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Executive Director, League of Women Voters of Ohio
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