Ohio Department of Education Topic News


Know! Sleep is Fuel for Life

Sleep-1.jpgSleep is food for the brain, particularly for adolescents in the critical stages of physical, emotional and intellectual development. Fewer than 15 percent of teens get the sleep their bodies and minds need to fuel that growth, and that’s a big problem.


EMIS Newsflash – September 3, 2019

FY20 Retention Data Appeal Open through September 5


EMIS Newsflash – August 30, 2019

FY20 Beginning of Year Student (S) Collection, v1
EMIS ITC Conference Call Notes
Files Recently Distributed


EMIS Newsflash – August 26, 2019

FY19 Child Outcome Summary Assessment (A) Collection, v3
Data Appeal Window Open for Summer Third Grade Reading Data
SDC Release Notes
September/October 2019 ODE ITC EMIS Training Sessions
Files Recently Distributed


Know! The Big Sibling Effect!

ThinkstockPhotos-538789226-1.jpgThere is a unique and special connection between siblings that cannot be denied nor duplicated. They are both tormentors and protectors; a source of teasing one moment, the greatest ally the next. Siblings are also likely to be one and other’s longest-lasting relationship. Four out of five Americans get to experience the growing years with a brother or sister, and in most families the older siblings serve as role models for the younger ones. The influence of older siblings is so powerful, in fact, that it is said to rival that of peers and many times outweigh parental influence - for the better or worse.

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