Stephen Dyer, senior fellow at Innovation Ohio, writes that Ohio’s public schools overwhelmingly outperform its charter schools.

“Under Ohio law, school districts that score in the bottom 5 percent on the state’s “performance index score” are elligible to have charter schools open in those communities. Trouble is that 9 out of 10 charters currently score worse on the performance index score than the median district did to receive this “challenged school district” designation.”

Calling Betsy DeVos! I know you are “not a numbers person,” but please don’t push failure.