FY17 Spring Alternate Assessment (A) Collection, v1
FY17 Other Accountability Assessments (A) Collection, v1
FY17 Spring OGT Assessment Collection (A) Collection, v1
FY17 OELPA Assessment Collection (A) Collection, v1
FY17 Fall Third Grade ELA and Reading Data Appeals Extended
New EMIS Coordinator Training – Save the Date
SDC Now Open
SDC Release Notes
While there is absolutely nothing wrong with teens experiencing a little boredom, too much time on their hands with “nothing to do” can lead to trouble, like experimenting with alcohol and drugs or engaging in other risky behaviors.
ODE ITC EMIS Trainings for June 2017
New FY17 Five Year Forecast-Final Optional (P) Collection, v1
If you’re a parent or other caregiver of teens, you likely have had “stranger danger” talks with them. Those types of stranger danger safety conversations, though critical for little ones, tend to decrease as our kids get older. Child safety experts say however, that those age-appropriate type safety talks are critical for older children as well and need to continue into and throughout their teenage years.