State Board of Education to Meet with Governor Kasich for Portion of March Meeting
Release date: 3/12/2012
On Monday at 9:00 a.m., the State Board of Education will dialogue with Dick Ross, Director of the Governor’s Office of 21st Century Education, followed by remarks from Governor Kasich in the Governor’s Cabinet room at the Ohio Statehouse. The State Board will also recognize Brian Page, Ohio Recipient of the 2011 National Educator Award from the Milken Family Foundation and the Ohio’s Finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Following the Statehouse portion of the meeting, the State Board will reconvene at the Ohio School for the Deaf at 12:30 p.m.
State Board Business Meeting
During the business meeting on Tuesday, the Board will consider the following personnel actions:
Resolution to accept the voluntary surrender and to enter an order to permanently revoke the five-year professional high school teaching license and five-year professional principal license of Rebecca S. Baker – New Lexington City Schools (Perry County);
Resolution to accept the voluntary surrender/denial and to enter an order to permanently deny the one-year substitute teaching license application of Joshua K. Grace – Norwood City Schools (Hamilton County);
Resolution to accept the voluntary surrender and to enter an order to permanently revoke the five-year professional adolescence to young adult teaching license of David M. North – Reynoldsburg City Schools (Franklin County);
Resolution to accept the voluntary surrender and to enter an order to permanently revoke the five-year professional career technical teaching license of Matthew R. Warner – Washington Local Schools (Lucas County);
Resolution to accept the report and recommendation of the hearing officer to permanently deny the one-year educational aide permit application of Tye K. Fletcher – Dayton City Schools (Montgomery County);
Resolution to deny the one-year student monitor permit application of Kellie M. Jury – Parma City Schools (Cuyahoga County);
Resolution to accept the report and recommendation of the hearing officer to permanently revoke the five-year professional comprehensive high school teaching license of Aaron J. Stratton – Tecumseh Local Schools (Clark County).
Administrative Rule actions to be considered by the Board can be found by visiting education.ohio.gov and searching keywords: Rule Actions.
The State Board of Education has set education policy and directed the planning and evaluative functions of Ohio’s public schools, as well as appointed and evaluated the superintendent of public instruction since 1956. The vision of the State Board is for all students to graduate well prepared for success. The State Board is made up of 19 members, including 11 elected and eight appointed members. The chairs of the education committees of the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate serve as ex officio members.
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