The Ohio Supreme Court ruled last week in a 4-2 vote to permit the state to require the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow to show student login data. The ruling essentially decided that ECOT must repay some $80 million to state coffers because the enrollment numbers didn't reflect actual student participation. Today on All Sides, we discuss the rise and fall of ECOT and its legacy.
Patrick O'Donnell, education reporter, The Plain Dealer
Chad Aldis, vice president for Ohio Policy and Advocacy, Thomas B Fordham Institute
Dr. Kui Xie, professor of educational studies at OSU, director of College of Education and Human Ecology's research laboratory for digital learning
Stephen Dyer, education policy fellow at Innovation Ohio