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3/13/2017

Missing too much school can no longer be a reason for suspension or expulsion

It is important for every Ohio student to attend school every day. Missing too much school has long-term, negative effects, such as lower achievement and lower graduation rates. The Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 410 last December to encourage and support districts in a preventative approach to excessive absences and truancy.

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3/13/2017

FAQs posted about consistently high-performing teachers

State law directed the State Board of Education to define a consistently high-performing teacher. Districts can use the definition to identify teachers who can be exempted from completing additional coursework to renew their teaching licenses, including professional, lead professional or senior professional teaching licenses.

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3/13/2017

Start Talking!

When kindness is a priority in the lives of young people, they are likely to have an increased sense of well-being, purpose and happiness. Here are some ideas of kind acts that parents and teachers can share with kids.

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3/13/2017

Applications now being accepted for private school scholarships

The Ohio Department of Education is now accepting applications for private school scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year for students assigned to underperforming public schools, students from lower-income families or students with special needs. The EdChoice, Jon Peterson and Cleveland Scholarships help students attend participating private schools or providers.

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3/13/2017

Video educates students and families about consequences of bomb threats

Spring is when students start to think about the end of the school year and a time when schools see increases in bomb threats. Previous incidents tell us that threats most often come from students. Fortunately, educators can take steps now to prevent future bomb threats.

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