The ODE-OEC, through its contract with the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), is pleased to announce the latest Assistive Technology (AT) Internet Module, "AT Supports and Services in the IEP". Access this news article to learn more.
Public Comment Process Required on LEA Special Education Funding Plans
Guidance documents describing the four pathways for graduation for students with disabilities and the requirements for completing each pathway.
The Office for Exceptional Children announces the availability of a guidance document and a graphic on Graduation Pathways for Students with Disabilities (SWD).
On November 20-22, 2013, OCALICON 2013, the nation's premier event in autism and disabilities, will take place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Registration, now open at http://conference.ocali.org.