A judge in Ohio has ruled that a private management company that operates a group of publicly funded charter schools must turn over financial records requested by the schools' governing boards.
The Wednesday ruling in Columbus comes in a lawsuit in which the boards of Hope Academies and Life Skills Centers in Cleveland and Akron asked to break their contracts with Akron-based White Hat Management LLC.......
.......Among records the boards seek are those related to school operations as well as money spent on lobbying for the 2007 law. The judge says White Hat must only turn over records related to the use of public funds.
* Just in case you haven't heard, ballot Issue #2 (the SB 5/Kasich-Republican, anti-teacher, anti-fire fighter, anti-police officer, anti-nurse, anti-public worker, legislation) will be on the ballot for November's election in Ohio.
Vote NO on Issue 2.
The last thing we need is a bigger power grab from Kasich and the GOP.
> Gov. Kasich is, according to a quote I read somewhere on the web, using state-owned planes as "his personal taxicabs." Ohioans were already disgusted with Kasich's arrogance and lack of engagement with real people, and this has just put people over the top. While he cuts funding for the elderly and public schools, Kasich is flying all over the state and to D.C. on our tax money.