Sponsor evaluation rules delayed
Ohio Department of Education rules to implement the new sponsor performance assessment were blocked by JCARR for two legitimate reasons: an incomplete, inaccurate fiscal analysis and retroactive application. READ MORE
Early learning, teacher training key to U.S. success
Strong early education systems, a professionalized teacher workforce and a comprehensive approach to education are key strengths of the world’s best academically performing countries, according to a report recently released by the NCSL International Education Study Group. READ MORE
Blog post promotes best practices
The Ohio Department of Education’s blog, “Extra Credit,” recently featured a guess blogger from Battelle for Kids who highlights five promising practices from high-performing schools:
* Limiting goals and initiatives to focus on student learning;
* Strategically leveraging time, talent and resources;
* Developing a balanced assessment approach;
* Using multiple measures to inform improvement; and,
* Empowering teachers and developing leaders.
Updated graduation requirements handout available
An updated overview handout about graduation requirements for students and their families snow available on the Ohio Department of Education’s website.
A brief accompanying video that provides a general overview of graduation options for the classes of 2018 and beyond is also available at YouTube:
The application period for NEW Schools for the 17-18SY is now closed.
Sponsor TRANSFER applications are due by November 1st. Click here for the Transfer Application documents.
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Robison at email@example.com or call (614) 942-2002.
Workshops and Events
|Click here for list and details of all professional development for 2016-17
Coaching Curriculum into Action
Data for Dropout Recovery - Wed, October 26, 2016 4 pm - 6 pm Columbus Register
Effective Lesson Delivery
Transition Plans and the IEP
Mon, September 26, 2016 9 am - noon Dayton- rescheduled!