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Ohio Supreme Court Issues Property Tax Valuation Decision: may affect how Schools assess the Value of a Property

Apr 17, 2014 by

The Ohio Supreme Court has just issued an opinion that may affect how your School challenges or defends property value in valuation cases.[1]  The opinion creates a bright line rule for...

Community School Management Companies and Their Employees are not entitled to statutory immunity.

Mar 10, 2014 by Robert J. McBride

A recent court decision will significantly impact many community schools and the management companies that operate community schools.  In Cunningham v. Star Academy of Toledo, 6th Dist. No....

Calamity Days - Frequently Asked Questions

Feb 06, 2014 by

We have received a number of questions regarding calamity days and alternative ways to meet the state’s minimum day requirements.  Below are details on how your school may meet its...

Calamity Days

Jan 30, 2014 by

As you likely heard, Governor Kasich on Monday urged lawmakers to increase in the number of “calamity days” that a school is permitted to use.  Accordingly, two Bills have been introduced...

Ohio School Report Card and New System

Mar 24, 2013 by

This update seeks to provide a visual representation of the new grading system created under H.B. 555. The new grading system departs significantly from the previous grading system and will...

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