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March 1. 2021 Articles

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3/1/2021

Educators, parents, students encouraged to share experiences with remote education

On behalf of RemotEDx and the Ohio Department of Education, the Partnering Anthropology with Science and Technology (PAST) Foundation is conducting a series of virtual listening sessions to hear from educators, parents and students in grades 6-12 about their experiences with education during this challenging time. Register for a virtual listening session to provide input about how to help students learn and grow.

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3/1/2021

Third Grade Reading Guarantee promotion update for 2020-2021

Recently enacted legislation states schools cannot retain a student in the third grade based solely on a student’s academic performance in reading in the 2020-2021 school year. Learn more about the law, which modifies requirements of the Third Grade Reading Guarantee for the current school year.

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3/1/2021

Nomination period now open for TORCH educator recognition

The Ohio Department of Education is accepting nominations for the Teachers of Ohio Representing Character and Heart (TORCH) recognition, which honors five teachers each year who model strong personal character and concern for their students, colleagues and communities.

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3/1/2021

Charter Schools Program grant intent to apply deadline is April 12

The Ohio Charter Schools Program grant strives to increase the number of high-performing community schools and the percentage of community school students enrolled in high-performing schools. Eligible community schools must submit an Intent to Apply by April 12.

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3/1/2021

Video helps parents protect children from identity theft

With more students learning in a virtual environment, student information has become more widely available, leaving children vulnerable to identity theft. A video from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office guides parents through the process of freezing their children’s credit reports to help protect them from this threat.

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