Support Universal Open Enrollment in Education
Ohio should have more options in education
Redlining and other racist policies meant that the poor and marginalized among us were limited in their housing options, and therefore also trapped in public schools that underperform other public and private options. Universal Open Enrollment would mean that parents and families can escape these barriers, and schools would be accountable to improve their services for all.
Zip codes, neighborhoods, and income levels should not keep kids from accessing the education they need to fulfill their dreams, match their abilities, and overcome their challenges. Public schools need to extend universal open enrollment to drive equitable access, overcome the legacy of redlining, and empower parents to choose the best school for their children regardless of where they live.
If you agree, please sign our petition in support of this concept.