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2/14/2017

Get details on Ohio’s draft ESSA plan: Watch the webcast recording

Over 800 individuals watched the live webcast last week detailing Ohio’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) draft state plan. ESSA requires states to develop plans that address standards, assessments, school and district accountability, and special help for struggling schools.

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2/14/2017

eTPES now includes teacher value-added data

The electronic Teacher and Principal Evaluation System (eTPES) now includes teacher-level value-added data. After the district superintendent or superintendent designee completes the student growth measure setup in eTPES, authorized district personnel may categorize teachers and enter other student growth measure ratings into the system. We recommend that you complete the student growth measure setup by March 15.

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2/14/2017

Submit intent to apply for Community Connectors Grant funds

Ohio has funded the Community Connectors Grant for $10 million for a third year. The program asks community organizations, faith- or values-based groups and businesses to partner to encourage mentorship in Ohio’s schools and help give more students access to role models who can motivate and inspire them.

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2/14/2017

Start Talking!

Parents are powerful influencers when it comes to children’s attitudes about substance abuse and safely using prescription medicine. Here are tips to help model positive behavior choices and safely use prescription medicine to avoid harmful effects.

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2/14/2017

Share College Credit Plus information with students for the 2017-2018 school year

College Credit Plus allows Ohio’s students to take challenging and rigorous college courses that provide them with a head start on their college careers. More than 52,000 Ohio high school students took college courses during the 2015-2016 academic year, earning college credit while meeting their high school graduation requirements and collectively saving more than $120 million on college tuition.

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