Voters last week approved a key property tax increase to raise money for Ohio’s Cleveland Metropolitan School District as the district launches a major reform effort.

The levy is expected to raise $85 million over the next for years. Some of the money will go to charter schools, a controversial and unprecedented aspect of the city’s reform plan.

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