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4/3/2017

Coaching permit holders have a new requirement

 A new state requirement from Ohio Senate Bill 252 (Lindsay’s Law), effective March 14, 2017, affects pupil activity (coaching) permit holders. All individuals who coach athletic activities must annually complete a sudden cardiac arrest course approved by the Ohio Department of Health. In early May, the Ohio Department of Health is expected to announce a new course for fulfilling this requirement. As soon as the training is available, we will notify districts of its availability and encourage them to have coaches complete it as soon as possible. 


3/21/2017

March 2017 Newsletter

Click here for the March edition of the Early Learning Program Updateswhich provides important Early Childhood Education news and information for administrators, teachers, families and community members.


3/3/2017

How long may a short-term substitute teacher teach in your district?

One of the most frequently asked questions the Department receives concerns how long a short-term substitute teacher may teach in a given classroom. For information about this topic, see this new webpage. Find additional information regarding eligibility requirements for short- and long-term substitutes here. Direct any additional questions to educator.licensure@education.ohio.gov


2/28/2017

Clarifying and Revising Guidance for ODE-Licensed Providers

On February 10, 2017, you received a memorandum that contained inaccurate information about Ohio’s plans to no longer allow families to cite reasons of conscience for declining immunizations. The purpose of this memorandum is to clarify how the Ohio Department of Education, in close coordination with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, will address reasons of conscience over the coming months


2/28/2017

Ohio Professional Registry – New Registration Guidelines for Programs Coming Soon!

The Ohio Professional Registry (OPR) is developing new Registration Guidelines for all professionals in ODE-licensed preschool programs. All professionals must maintain a profile in OPR. The OPR is a centralized information system for individuals in Ohio who are employed in the field of early childhood education, including ODE-licensed preschool programs. If you do not have an OPR Profilecreate one here


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