Ohio Reformer Hits School Budget as 'Woefully Inadequate'

Wisniewski, Mary
November 2000
Bond Buyer;11/16/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31019, p36
Trade Publication
Reports the criticism of William Phillis, a school reform advocate, on the school budget proposed by the Board of Education in Ohio. Lack of standards for a thorough and efficient education; Response of Susan Zelman, state superintendent of public instruction to the claims of Phillis; Rejection of the budget proposal of Zelman by the Ohio Board of Education.


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