Cleveland Public Schools just like Columbus, stole funds with lies they spread.<quoted text>
Traditional schools in Cleveland are losing money as the funds are being diverted to charter schools. I would say that puts inner city kids at a disadvantage, wouldn't you? Money follows the student in this state, unfortunately. Regardless of whether or not Cleveland is getting the most money, the schools that need it the most are not getting that money.
Take a look at ECOT. There's something very wrong with how funding works when it comes to schools. And I have personal knowledge of Bill and I also know he is very much in the pocket of several politicians, which makes it no coincidence that his school gets the money it does.
Now they are living reality, and the reality is they get 9k annually per student.
that 9K works as tuition at many Universities, but not public schools according to you.
Money following students is just plain common sense. If you get 9K per student, then the school district with the most students receives the most money.
Do you think a town of 200 people needs a High School gymnasium, an artificial turf stadium, and with a pool too?
That will help teach the kiddies....right?