Ohio schools receive record payouts from lottery
The Ohio Lottery has been able to give the Ohio schools record payouts this year as a part of the beneficiary program.
The Ohio Lottery aims to provide revenu for schools throughout the state. They give approximately a quarter of their yearly revenue to help benefit education.
This year, the Ohio Lottery has received extra funds and has been able to give schools record payouts, exceeding all previous year proceeds. For the 2012-2013 fiscal year, the Ohio Lottery raised more than 4803 million for schools throughout the state. This is higher than previous years, and is sure to prove that the Ohio Lottery continues to improve the lives of people in Ohio.
The Ohio Lottery, like many lotteries, provides funs for education. Since it is one of the largest state lotteries, the Ohio Lottery is always looking to provide more and look for more ways to give back to their state. They are ninth in giving back to education, and hope to improve those numbers in years to come.
The Ohio Lottery has been able to allow for a few big decisions this year, including renewing contracts for operating companies.
This year the state sold over $2 billion in revenue, and hopes for thos numbers to continue to grow over the next few years.