State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) announced her appointment to the State Report Card Study Committee.


“I am pleased to be the only Democratic member of the Ohio House appointed to this committee,” said Rep. Sobecki. “Being appointed to the committee, I look forward to ensuring that the new state report cards are actually reflective of the hard work and dedication by our school districts across Ohio.”


Rep. Sobecki is eagerly waiting for the study committee to start working on the state report cards. She represents Ohio’s 45th House District in Toledo.

 
 
 
  
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