The Ohio School Facilities Commission last week approved $543 million of capital spending by 13 school districts.

The State Controlling Board must still approve the money, and the districts must get their local matching funds within a year of a project’s start before state funding is released, the OSFC said. The agency said the funds are critical to helping districts build student-centered facilities.

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