Ohio’s system of credit flexibility gives students new and innovative ways to earn academic credit, including the option to test out of a class by passing a rigorous exam or performing specific skills to demonstrate mastery of that knowledge.
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?
Licking County, home of the world’s largest, seven-story replica of a Longaberger basket, has a newer, less-obvious attraction – a totally “green” public school.
The State Board of Education of Ohio recognized Butler Elementary (Richland County) as a 2010 National Title 1 Distinguished School in Category 1: Exceptional Student Performance for Two or More Consecutive Years
Amended Substitute Senate Bill 311 called for the creation of the Foreign Language Advisory Council. The members of the Council, who represent Ohio’s many diverse sectors, were selected in March 2007, by the State Board of Education through recommendations from the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio Board of Regents, the Partnership for Continued Learning, the Office of the Governor and from nominations from the field.