Superintendents representing 15 schools in the CSIU region have joined together in an effort to bring greater awareness to proposed House Bill 526 and Senate Bill 34 that involve cyber and charter school funding reform.

The bills would require parents to pay for their child’s education in a cyber school if the school district of residence offers its own full-time cyber education program. Area superintendents are urging parents and other concerned citizens to contact their local legislators and encourage them to get the two bills out of committee and onto the floor for vote and support the passing of each.

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CoalCountry1

Who is the biggest supporter of charter schools that take monies away from local school districts? Why that’s Betsy DeVoss , Mr. Trumps secretary of education. So, if you don’t like it, too bad, you voted for that.

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