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11/15/2016

Value-Added professional learning sessions, Nov. 16-Dec. 14

Register now for an upcoming professional learning session to prepare for the release of Value-Added reports. These sessions are designed to build educators’ capacity to access, navigate, interpret and make diagnostic use of the various SAS® EVAAS® reports.

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11/15/2016

Start Talking!

Prevention experts advise that scare tactics and overdramatic statements will not get the attention of your child when talking about substance abuse prevention. Here are tips to focus on positive prevention strategies with your child.

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11/15/2016

Resources: High school state-tested courses

To earn a high school diploma, Ohio students must take and complete a minimum of 20 course credits and also choose from three options to show their readiness for college or careers. Earning a minimum of 18 out of 35 points on the seven end-of-course state tests is one of the three options.

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11/15/2016

State Board of Education recognizes All A and Momentum Awards

The State Board of Education of Ohio today recognized one district and five schools with the All A Award for earning straight A’s on their 2015-2016 Ohio School Report Cards. In addition, 54 districts and 169 schools received the Momentum Award for exceeding expectations in student growth for the year. Click here for complete lists of districts and schools that received the All A or Momentum Awards.

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11/15/2016

State superintendent announces Schools of Promise and Schools of Honor

Ohio recognized today four schools for maintaining high academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged circumstances that can make learning difficult. State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria named two Schools of Promise and four High Performing Schools of Honor.

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