Save the Date: Trauma-informed Care Summit | May 1-2, 2017
The Ohio Department of Education places on hold any credential applications that individuals submit without required items, such as transcripts, documents, payments or background checks. In such cases, the applicants receive email notification indicating the specific reasons the Department placed their applications on hold. Beginning Jan. 3, 2017, the Department will limit “hold” times for applications to 60 days.
The Ohio Department of Education’s online application system is now open for renewal of educator licenses that are due to expire on June 30, 2017. If you have met your requirements for renewal, you can get ahead by submitting your application now online. Even if you are not ready to apply, we suggest that you review this article for tips on making the process go smoothly. You will even find information on applying for a new credential. Avoid the rush and apply early!
ODE has released revised teacher competencies for Career-Tech workforce development for 2017.
Good and effective leadership makes a powerful difference . . . in any industry! Successful early childhood leaders foster positive, supportive cultures and build great teams that serve and enrich the lives of young children.
However, as an early childhood professional, the challenges you face can leave you feeling burned out, stressed out, and tired!
For these reasons, Ohio AEYC is making The Serving Leader workshops available for early childhood professionals in Ohio. This proven model will equip you to energize your team, and better serve the students and families in your community. Register Today!