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2/17/2016

College Credit Plus library resources from INFOhio and OhioLINK

Through the College Credit Plus program, students can now enroll in college-level courses while still in high school, or even middle school, which means they'll be doing college-level research. How do you support them in your school library? Find out how with INFOhio's College Credit Plus Library Resources.

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2/17/2016

Deadlines and dates

Approaching deadlines or important dates mentioned in previous editions of EdConnection.

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2/9/2016

Update on Every Student Succeeds Act

The new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) became federal law on Dec. 10, 2015. This reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act reduces federal control of education by increasing state and local control. This is an extraordinary opportunity for Ohio to accept control and responsibility for educating children in our state.

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2/9/2016

Serving students with disabilities in community corrections facilities and juvenile detention centers

Both federal and state laws require that every student with a disability receive a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). This includes students who are detained in community corrections facilities or juvenile detention centers. The school district of residence remains responsible for the student’s access to appropriate special education and related services while the student is detained in a community corrections facility or juvenile detention center.

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2/9/2016

New calculator helps districts determine workload of service providers for special education services

It is a district’s responsibility to make sure that children with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education. To accomplish this, districts must use a process to make decisions about the workload for providers of services to students with disabilities. Once a district determines the workload, it must decide if the workload can be completed as it is assigned. If not, the district must make changes. In addition, districts and service providers should evaluate workloads at different points during the school year.

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