Overview of School Funding
The funding of public elementary and secondary education in Ohio is a joint effort between the state and local school districts.
Public school districts use a combination of state funds, local sources such as property taxes (and in some cases income taxes) and federal funds.
The amount of state funds that a district receives is based on a formula that takes into account the student enrollment and the property wealth of the district.
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