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Charter schools

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State Board of Education’s determination that the Electronic School of Tomorrow must repay $60 million to the state is a final decision that cannot be appealed, the state’s Supreme Court ruled. The now defunct charter school was supposed to provide students with five hours of online learning a day, but data revealed that students remained online only for one hour a day on average.

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Categories / Appeals, Briefs, Education, Government

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