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June 10, 2019 Articles

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6/10/2019

K-12 Computer Science program information available online

The Ohio Department of Education’s new Ohio K-12 computer science webpage is available. It includes Ohio’s Learning Standards and Model Curriculum for Computer Science, along with guidance documents on the use of computer science courses to satisfy graduation requirements.

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6/10/2019

OhioMeansJobs K-12 survey: Share your feedback

The Ohio Department of Education annually gathers information about how Ohio’s educators use the tools and resources available on the OhioMeansJobs.com K-12 website. Your responses to this short survey will guide enhancements and future developments on the website.

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6/10/2019

ExtraCredit Guest Blog: The Swanton Seven Initiative...The House System

he house system is a common school tradition in some countries, where students and faculty are divided into equal teams called houses. The houses are intended to foster heathy competition against one another and create a supportive team within the house. But what happens when you use the house system in a public Ohio middle school?

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6/10/2019

Reminder: Confirm or submit your district profile link for Ohio School Report Cards by June 30

The Ohio Department of Education offers school districts, community schools and Career Technical Planning Districts the opportunity to submit links to webpages that describe their unique qualities and successes. The links appear on districts’ annual Ohio School Report Cards. Any district that intends to set up a profile page for this year’s report card must submit a URL for that link by June 30. 

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6/10/2019

Start Talking!

With end-of-school celebrations and summer gatherings, teens have greater access to alcohol. Parents can protect themselves and their children by following these Parents Who Host Lose The Most; Don’t be a party to teenage drinking guidelines.

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