Teachers at Ohio's five online charter schools would have to meet with students in person every eight weeks, under proposed changes to a bill that would overhaul that state's charter school law. Similar rules for online charter schools are pending in other states as well.

Online schools in Ohio also would receive less state aid if multiple students from the same family enroll in the schools, according to the proposal, which has split GOP lawmakers trying to pass the bill by year's end.

The rewrite of the charter school bill


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