Alissa Widman Neese, The Columbus Dispatch |
After two months of anticipation, DeWine’s looming deadline is finally here. And it appears that all but nine of Ohio’s 609 public school districts, or less than 2%, are on track to meet their end of the bargain, according to state data.
What will happen to those that don’t, such as Akron, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus?
Well, nothing, really.