For curriculum directors, teachers and school counselors
"Ag is Cool" at the Ohio State Fair
Check out here how 4th-grade teachers and students get free one-day admission during July 24-Aug. 4. All K-12 students can create works of art and videos to win prizes, including free admission to the fair.
Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Fee Reimbursement Program
The Ohio Department of Education’s Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Fee Reimbursement Program provides financial support for low-income students taking advanced placement and international baccalaureate exams. The program is intended to open accessibility, increase participation of low-income students in academically-rigorous coursework in public and nonpublic schools, and narrow economic achievement gaps. Additionally, the program assists school districts with high numbers of minority and low-income students in transforming their high schools into educational institutions where all students can be successful and prepared for a global economy and postsecondary education or certification. The department is committed to expanding advanced placement and international baccalaureate opportunities with an emphasis on addressing the needs of low-income students.
For more information, visit here, or contact Dwight Groce.
eTech Ohio offers Summer Summit again in 2013
eTech Ohio is again hosting the Summer Summit, a peer-to-peer event for tech coordinators. The summit will be held June 17 at Hilliard Darby High School in central Ohio.
Summer Summit will offer sessions discussing mobile learning, cloud computing, digital, online and blended learning, legal issues, and networking. A lunch session will feature an Ohio Department of Education and Management Council of the Ohio Education Computer Network-led discussion of PARCC Assessments. The full schedule and registration information is available here.
New video from Ohio State Bar Association explains the third branch of government
The Ohio State Bar Association has produced the video “Going to Court.” The video is geared toward students in grades 5-12, and the story follows an animated character who explores the third branch of government and some of the differences between the state and federal court systems. The video is available on the association’s YouTube channel.