Ohio's 614 school districts could save up to a billion dollars by sharing non-classroom services like foodservice according to one consulting group that has studied the state, reports cincinnati.com. Ohio Education Matters, a part of the Knowledgeworks education consulting group, says that about 35 percent of Ohio districts' spending goes toward non-educational services, which could be made considerably more efficient through sharing of resources and personnel and cooperative ...

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