Hear ye, hear ye!  The Governor has spoken (through the Kasich/Taylor for Ohio website, anyway).  Governor Kasich has announced a “Virtual Town Hall” this Thursday night and he wants your questions.  Well, not YOUR questions exactly, but the questions of those like-minded individuals who receive campaign updates through his candidate website (protected from certain public records laws, by the way).  And by Virtual Town Hall, we assume it’s like a town hall, but one in which he will only discuss his talking points, not those of the “town”.

See Kasich’s invitation below and head out to his Facebook page and use the identified Twitter hashtag to flood Kasich with your questions about Ohio’s school funding model (eliminated two years ago and not yet replaced).  Yesterday, we explained why we expect Kasich’s new model to be heavy on charter schools, private school vouchers, and the failed “money follows the child” concept of funding.

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Kasich’s Facebook page is available by clicking here.

The broadcast will be playing at www.kasichforohio.com/live on Thursday at 6:00 pm.

Please post your questions for Kasich on his page and in our comments section below so that others may also take the opportunity to ask the most interesting and burning questions.  Don’t be shy — post questions liberally!  And add @plunderbund to your tweets and Facebook posts so they’ll know who sent you!

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  • Guest

    better yet. Google “Contact John Kasich” and submit your question that way. While you are at it, ask him why he is using a campaign website to solicit public input.

  • http://ohio15th.blogspot.com StubbornLiberal

    WKYC (http://tinyurl.com/ants5ln) has news on Kasich’s latest reformer for education–Marguerite Roza. Roza’s proposals has lots of flaws, including a lack of educational scientific research (http://tinyurl.com/aorj3ox). Teachers and educators should get ready for another attack on public schools from Kasich and friends.

  • westparkguy

    @JohnKasich How much campaign money do you receive from the Charter schools that you plan on having the state of Ohio fund? #OHEdu

  • dmoore2222

    More theater. But it will be hard to beat a video showing him at a fork in the road out in the middle of nowhere blathering about the direction for Ohio. I don’t know that anyone ever figured out the purpose of that act of stupidity.

  • Joe Herrmann

    What I would like to know is when will the parent and the students start to become part of the equation? You cannot have true school reform when only one side of the triangle is being singled out for “reform”. At some point the onus has to be on the parent and child for their lack of performance.

  • http://twitter.com/Think270 Think.

    Why are the members of Strong Schools Strong Communities not included in the virtual town hall on Ohio’s Education Future? #OHEdu

  • http://twitter.com/Think270 Think.

    @John Kasich How can Ohioans trust ALEC legislators with the future of our PUBLIC schools?#OHEdu

  • PublicSchoolAdvocate

    Received this “invite” through the grapevine, meaning I’m not actually invited, and neither are you.

    Please join Governor John Kasich and Southwest Ohio Education Leaders for a Discussion on Ideas for Improving Education for Ohio’s Children

    Friday, February 1st
    Doors open at 10:15 a.m.
    Program begins at 11:00 a.m.

    Taft Information Technology High School, Media Center, 420 Ezzard Charles Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45214

    Please RSVP prior to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 31 to Nola.Clarke@Development.Ohio.Gov

    Only invited guests who RSVP will be admitted. Guests must check-in upon arrival at the main entrance vestibule.Parking Options: School Lot, On Street, or WCET Parking Garage at Central Pkwy. & Ezzard Charles Drive ($2.00)

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