Rep. Anielski Speaks At Cleveland Signing Of House Bill 483
Legislation to Strengthen K-12 Education in Ohio

CLEVELAND—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently attended the ceremonial signing of House Bill 483 and spoke about the impact of the bill.

Governor Kasich stopped by Cleveland’s Anton Grdina Elementary School to ceremonially sign House Bill 483. The Community Connectors program is part of the legislation, which is one component of the recently passed Mid-Biennium Budget (MBR). The legislation sets aside $10 million dollars for grants that three-to-one match what local communities spend on programs to guide and mentor students.

“The education of our children is tied to the future of our state’s healthy economic growth,” said Rep Anielski. “Getting our communities, and local businesses to mentor in our schools will help ensure that our children get the direction and encouragement they need to succeed.”

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