The district tells The Columbus Dispatch that it's student-teacher ratio for core classes in K-3 is 23.1 at the same time the district's own reports show the ratio to be 20.6. The difference is 32 teachers or $2.3 million. Hey, but what's a few million when its taxpayer money.
What's more amazing is that the governor is stating that an adequate education requires a student-teacher ratio of 15 for core classes in K-3. As if more unionized government workers will solve the problem. Now, what's that joke? Oh, yes, now I remember. How many unionized government teachers does it take to provide an adequate education?
note: The Olentangy administrators forgot that kindergarten is only one-half day, so each kindergartner counts as one-half student. I'm still shaking my head.