Columbus School Levy: Voters Decide
The Columbus Board of Education recently voted to include a property tax hike question on the November ballot. If approved, it would raise taxes about $315 per year per $100,000 of property, which would help charter schools, expand classrooms, upgrade equipment and more. This hour we’ll talk about the levy, its supporters and detractors.
- Dan Good, interim Superintendent of Columbus City Schools
- Bill Bush, education reporter with the Columbus Dispatch
- Sam Gresham, co-Chair, No School Takeover Coalition
- Bill Sims, president of the Ohio Alliance for Public Charter Schools