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The big, yellow bus fight among Ohio parents, lawmakers and school

Columbus Dispatch |

Ohio law requires public schools to transport all eligible students — including those who pick private schools. But that rule has caveats, and one possible exception being raised during the coronavirus pandemic is how it applies to districts that choose remote learning.

If a district isn’t busing its own students, does it have to bus others?

Senate Bill 350 would ban public school districts from providing vouchers for public transportation to students in kindergarten through eighth grade for the 2020-2021 school year.