State funding is gone and no longer supports the web resource for teachers to locate high-quality online lessons

Since 2007, an online clearinghouse has helped Ohio educators choose well-designed online lessons from a vast marketplace of products and has made them available free. Next school year, however, schools will be on their own because the state’s Distance Learning Clearinghouse is going away.

Its funding support, through the state Education and Higher Education departments, has disappeared. Even though state law still authorizes the clearinghouse, lawmakers included no Education Department funding for it. And, although the budget included funds for the Department of Higher...

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