teachers Major Teachers' Union Says Many Schools In Ohio Should Be Online Only This Fall By Jo Ingles • Jul 28, 2020 Dan Konik The state’s largest teachers’ union says schools in areas where coronavirus poses a threat should plan to start online this fall. Ohio House Votes To Restore Income Tax Break To Lobbyists And Lawyers By Jo Ingles • Oct 10, 2019 Statehouse News Bureau The Ohio House has unanimously reversed that, passing a bill that would restore that tax break for those professions. Republican Senator Introduces Bill To "Deregulate" Public Schools, With Input From Superintendents By Karen Kasler • Oct 10, 2017 Karen Kasler A Republican state senator wants to roll back almost a hundred requirements on school districts. They range from mandates on school personnel to directives for students in classrooms. Teacher Externship Requirement Lacks Support From Statehouse Leaders By Andy Chow • Feb 24, 2017 Statehouse News Bureau A proposal in Gov. John Kasich's budget that requires teachers to get on-site workplace experience at a company in order to renew their licenses is getting pushback from several groups. And now there are signs it might not get too far.