Gov. John Kasich's $10 million plan to bring mentors into Ohio's schools for students now has a surprise religious requirement – one that goes beyond what is spelled out in the legislation authorizing it.But in the meantime, from the comments on this story:
Any school district that wants a piece of that state money must partner with both a church and a business – or a faith-based organization and a non-profit set up by a business to do community service.
No business and no faith-based partner means no state dollars.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Reverse This Requirement Now!
From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
We can only hope.....