Ohio Report for Thursday, October 8, 2015

OCMC Panel Debates Merits Of State BOE, Formally Recommends No Changes To ‘Thorough and Efficient' Clause

A panel examining education-related portions of the Ohio constitution expressed differing opinions Thursday on the role of the State Board of Education.

The Constitutional Modernization's Education, Public Information, and Local Government Committee began evaluating the constitutional article that created the board, which some members questioned the purpose of and others suggested should be expanded.


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