CLEVELAND -- Governor John Kasich says he will do anything he can to help get Mayor Frank Jackson's Cleveland School transformation plan passed.
He declined to talk about possible outcomes if the plan does not pass.
Right now no Democratic lawmaker is willing to sponsor the bill that is intended to create more quality schools, change school governance, change teachers' seniority rights and pass a November levy.
Kasich talked about this in an exclusive Thursday interview with Tom Beres.
He also discussed increasing taxes and regulations on the gas and oil industry, Ohio's economy, the Innebelt Bridge and his view of the Republican Presidential race.
The interview will appear in separate segments Thursday night on Channel 3 News at 6 and 7.