Over at Innovation Ohio, I have posted the comparison between state aid to districts from the 2010-2011 budget cycle and the one contained in this current budget for 2014-2015.
The bottom line is 436 districts receive less state money, with an overall cut of $533 million.
Here is the overall cut from each biennium for each district.
Here is the breakdown by funding stream.
Clearly, the Senate's claims to have created "historic" increases for education can only be categorized as such in relationship with the historic cuts contained in Gov. John Kasich's first budget. While they have made up a chunk of the cut, the vast majority of Ohio school districts remain with less state revenue than they had four years ago.