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9/5/2017

Registration open for Rural Education National Forum, Oct. 12-14

Registration is open for the 2017 Rural Education National Forum in Columbus. Hosted by Battelle for Kids and the National Rural Education Association, in partnership with the Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee departments of education, the conference will focus on connecting education and work, strengthening the teaching profession and supporting the whole child.

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9/5/2017

Stay in touch with the Ohio Department of Education

A new texting service from the Ohio Department of Education offers another way to stay up to date on general education news and resources. Texts are available on both iPhone and Android, and it’s simple to sign up! Just text OHED NEWS to 468311 from your mobile phone.

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9/5/2017

Start Talking!

Middle school brings a new set of changes and challenges for students. It’s important for parents to continue substance abuse prevention talks with kids.

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9/5/2017

Plan now to attend gifted education regional meetings

Mark your calendar to attend an upcoming gifted education regional meeting. The target audience is district administrators responsible for gifted education programs. The agenda will include Ohio Department of Education guidance on the revised Gifted Operating Standards and updates on related topics.

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9/5/2017

Fast facts for families about excessive absences and truancy

It is important for Ohio’s students to be in class every day, ready to learn. Ohio defines chronic absenteeism as missing 10 percent or more of the school year for any reason. Missing too much school has long-term, negative effects on students, such as lower achievement and a higher likelihood of not graduating. Here is handout that can help families understand the difference between excessive absences and truancy. Schools can find more information and resources online here.

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