Stephen Dyer writes on his blog about the utter haplessness of the charter industry in Ohio.

In 2015, Ohio won $71 Million from Arne Duncan’s Department of Education despite widespread reports of academic failure and corruption. In the past three years, only $1 Million has been allocated.

A study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Education reported that the state had no plans to improve the effectiveness of charter schools, no plans to be sure that were serving the neeediest kids.

Maybe from this mess might come some insight into the uselessness of running two parallel publicly funded school systems, one with oversight, the other without.

Taxpayers in Ohio are very patient. They don’t care what happens to their money.