Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine unveiled $300 million in K-12 budget cuts in early May, extending through just the end of June when the current fiscal year ends.
Now school districts across the state have to figure out how to keep students safe from COVID-19 in class while tightening their belts.
Today on All Sides, we look at how public schools managed to end the school year and their prospects going forward.
Daarel Burnette, staff writer covering education funding and finance, Education Week
Dr. Talisa Dixon, superintendent and CEO, Columbus City Schools
Stan Bahorek, treasurer and CFO, Columbus City Schools
Stephanie Starcher, superintendent, Fort Frye School Local School District in Beverly Ohio