Plan to attend information session on the Ohio High School Redesign Collaborative
The Ohio Department of Education is partnering with the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University and six other states – Illinois, New York, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Mississippi and New Mexico – to build a high school redesign collaborative. The collaborative leverages the latest research in effective school transformation across a peer-to-peer network to reimagine high schools. The Cross-State High School Collaborative aligns with the multiple strategies in Ohio’s strategic plan for education, Each Child, Our Future.
Educators are encouraged to attend one of two free information sessions to learn more about the latest redesign research from the Everyone Graduates Center and how you and your school could be a part of this innovative project.
There are two opportunities to attend:
- Nov. 15, 1:30-4 p.m., Arts and College Preparatory Academy in Columbus;
- Nov. 16, 8:30-10:30 a.m., Special Session at the Ohio School Improvement Institute in Columbus.
Space is limited. More information about registration can be found on the Department’s website
For questions about registration or for additional information about the Ohio High School Redesign Collaborative, please contact Buddy Harris
or call (614) 728-7731.