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Ohio Public Schools to drop $3 billion in new funding to boost schools

BOSTON — Ohio Public Schools, which has the nation’s lowest-performing public schools, will announce Thursday that it will reduce spending by $3.6 billion this year in response to declining enrollment and falling state aid, officials said.

State officials said the reduction is part of a nationwide effort to boost students and teacher performance and improve teacher quality and graduation rates.

The state has spent $3,917,827 for its students, down from $3 million in 2013, the year after Gov.

John Kasich signed a law expanding school choice, Kasich said.

The state will cut about $3 on its general obligation bonds by the end of the school year.

The cuts come as the state has faced a national crisis in the number of students who are attending public schools.

The federal government is seeking to expand charter schools.

In a statement, Kasich’s office said that “Ohioans deserve the highest quality education and the best teacher.”

The state budget is part a $3-billion package of aid to the state schools that the governor signed into law in July.

Kasich said in his announcement that he would use that money to improve school choice and other initiatives.

Kasich said the state would reduce the number and type of charters, to make room for new charters and to make it easier for families to enroll their children in a new school.

Some schools in the state, like the Cleveland School District, have already announced that they will be closing.

State officials say that the state will spend $2.4 billion this school year to make up for the lost revenue.

Ohio is in the middle of a massive budget crisis as its schools have been in financial trouble for years, with the state facing a $14 billion budget deficit and a $1 billion budget shortfall.

The governor is seeking a $25 billion emergency aid package that would pay for more schools and pay for teachers.

An auction of books about the world’s biggest cities is to be held in the capital

A major public auction is set to take place at a central Queensland public library this weekend to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Australia’s first prime minister, Andrew Forrest.

The Library of Parliament is hosting a public auction of two-dozen books on the lives of Forrest and his family, which will run until October 21.

The books are being offered by the Library of Birmingham, a private collection that has been used to sell Forrest’s private papers to academics and politicians.

The sale is the first time a book has been sold at the central library in Australia, which is also hosting an auction of Forrest’s papers at the end of this month.

It will be the first auction of the Forrest family’s papers in Australia.

Forrest became prime minister on the back of the publication of his book, Forrest’s First Years: The Life of Andrew Forrest, which detailed his childhood and his rise to prominence.

The book became a best-seller in the United States and a bestseller in Britain and Australia.

It was one of the most important books in the British empire.

In Australia, the book remains the most widely read political biography of a world leader.

The first edition sold out quickly, and the second edition sold to the National Library of Australia in 2011.

The two books will be on sale at the public library on Saturday, with the proceeds going to the fund that Forrest established to preserve his family’s intellectual property.

The library is hoping to raise $15,000 for the Forrest Foundation.

The Forrest family, who have owned the library since 1872, has not made a profit from the sale, but have contributed the funds to local charities.

Forrest’s eldest daughter, Grace, was appointed as a member of the National Council of Australian Governments in 2009, after the publication in 1986 of Forrests First Years.

The council was created by the Andrews Government to manage the government of the state and administer the state’s social welfare system.

Forrest was the first person to be elected as a parliamentarian in the Queensland state.

Forrest and the Forrests family owned the Brisbane public library until 2011.