Ohio may become the first state in the nation to offer publicly funded vouchers to K-3 students whose schools fail to hit the bar in reading.
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Join us at noon Thursday for a live chat about school vouchers with Terry Ryan, vice president for Ohio programs and policy at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute in Dayton, and Mario Basora, superintendent of Yellow Springs Exempted Village Schools. Click here to submit your questions for them in advance.