The six snubbed schools — all but Sandusky — join more than 60 percent of Ohio districts getting no additional aid under Kasich's plan.
Most local superintendents aren't thrilled by its preliminary numbers, but they're also not surprised. The data was unveiled last week and could change slightly before it's official June 30.
"We kind of anticipated it," Margaretta Schools superintendent Ed Kurt said. "Traditionally a lot more has been put into urban districts and that continues with this proposal. We're just glad we're not getting cut further."
Check out the PDF of the below for preliminary numbers on how school districts will fare.
For more on the plan, how it will work, and local reactions, pick up a copy of Monday's Register.