Ruling: Ohio districts can't make parents pay for all-day kindergarten

09/19/2007 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio public schools cannot charge for full-day kindergarten classes and may have to reimburse parents who've already paid for that service this year, the state's attorney general said. Some districts said the ruling may force them to eliminate all-day classes to make up for the tuition loss.

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