CPS Offers Input on State Priorities

June 26, 2019

School may be out for summer, but education is on the minds of the Ohio General Assembly as they tackle the state's biennium budget and key issues affecting Cincinnati Public Schools and the other 610 districts throughout the state, including graduation requirements, transportation and the state report card.

As legislators begin their deliberation about House Bill 166, Superintendent Laura Mitchell submitted testimony to the Senate Finance Committee on behalf of the Cincinnati Public Schools' Board of Education.

The new budget must be signed into law by July 1.

Read the superintendent’s testimony.

On June 25, the Superintendent submitted this letter to the General Assembly's Conference Committee on the budget bill.

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