The Confronting EdChoice Voucher Virtual Workshop Series
Welcome to the CECV Virtual Workshop Series
The EdChoice performance-based voucher program has grown from a 40-district, 60 million dollar program ten years ago to a 140-district, 150 million dollar program today, with the potential of becoming a 400-district program for the 2021-2022 school year. As massive budget cut forecasts are projected for school districts over the next 2-3 school years, the last thing these districts need is hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars being diverted to subsidize private school tuitions.
There's a way to fight back!
It's called the Confronting EdChoice Voucher initiative, a series of interactive, web-based conferences designed to help districts deal with the growing budgetary threat of EdChoice vouchers. The series will tell you everything you need to know to help prevent more state money from leaving your kids' pockets and going to unaccountable private schools.
How it Works
Registration is available for the full workshop series at https://www.realchoiceohio.com/workshops. The cost is $100 per district (up to 5 people). Registration will provide you with full access to this website and all workshop materials.
Offline Materials and Live Workshops:
Within each pillar (below), there are materials (PowerPoints, Podcasts, Webinars and Presentations, etc.) that will be available for each person to look at, at their own pleasure and pace. Each Pillar also contains a live and virtual panel or discussion session in which participants and members can hear from experts and interact via Q & A's.
Join us in prioritizing Ohio's Public Education System and all of our students.
Learn More About the CECV Project
The CECV Project was created by Real Choice Ohio in efforts to provide training and direct technical assistance to select Ohio Public School Buildings and Districts.
The CECV Project Purpose is to Provide training, digital support, and technical assistance to Ohio Public School Buildings and Districts identified as “Ed-Choice Vulnerable.”