Our latest analysis finds that without access to contraception, abortion services and workplace policies to support pregnant women and working moms, women will never achieve full equality and the economic security for their families that comes with it.
Among poverty measurables, Ohio scores especially poorly on rates of food insecurity. Of all tools the state of Ohio has to combat food insecurity, nutrition education programs are the most effective options available to reduce food insecurity in the state. If the state of Ohio invested $16 million in its Ohio State Extension nutrition education […]
IOEF provides analysis on the numerous benefits of providing paid parental leave to families at a relative low cost.
In this analysis, IOEF reports how low wage earning industries are now making up a greater share of Ohio’s economy.
This study examined the effects that the income tax changes in House Bill 5 would have on Ohio’s local governments.
In this report, IOEF examined the campaign contributions that Ohio’s electric utilities have made to politicians in state government.
This analysis looks at how charter schools are performing compared to local public schools and the resulting financial impact on local school districts. Innovation Ohio Education Fund contributed research to the drafting of this report.
This report examines the effect that ten years of income tax cuts and diverting public funds to charter schools has had on public school funding.