House Bill 487 updated Ohio’s graduation requirements to ensure that all students are ready for success in college and work.
On June 4, the Ohio General Assembly passed the Mid-Biennium Review, which contains a variety of key education measures. This analysis, prepared by the Ohio Legislative Service Commission, includes summaries of the provisions that will become law when signed by Gov. Kasich. The column “As Reported by Conference Committee” represents the version that was passed by the General Assembly June 4.
Students go to the Ohio e-Transcript link on their school website. After completing a 5 minute enrollment, they can begin sending transcripts.
The typical high school student who plans on pursuing additional education applies to between five and 10 colleges. Each of those applications requires an official transcript, which in most Ohio high schools are still printed by staff and sent via standard mail.
It used to be that anyone could be a backyard mechanic. Remember how you could tune up your car, adjust the carburetor, and diagnose trouble just by listening to the purr or rumble of your engine?