The 2017-2018 academic year is under way across Ohio, and the Ohio Department of Education has some great resources for families as our children head back to the classroom. Here are the top 10 things to know this year
As promised, the Ohio Department of Education this week awarded approximately $44.3 million in new and continuing 21st Century Community Learning Center grants for Fiscal Year 2018.
Ten teachers now bear the title of 2018 Teacher of the Year for their State Board of Education districts, according to an announcement made by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria. The awards are part of the Ohio Teacher of the Year program.
The Adecco Group, the world's leading provider of workforce solutions, today announced a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ohio Department of Education, becoming a partner with the state in on-the-job training efforts aimed at strengthening Ohio's labor market.
Ohio’s high school students now have 49 more industry-recognized credentials at their fingertips, thanks to the input of companies and industries throughout the state. The Ohio Department of Education added the credentials to guide career-based program development and help students understand and prepare for Ohio’s in-demand jobs and careers. Some students go right into the workforce after earning credentials. For others, the credentials allow students to earn money to help finance college.