We are announcing the Learning in Ohio website to help educators more easily find useful information related to Ohio’s Learning Standards. The new website includes redesigned mathematics and English language arts sections, where users will find resources including suggested learning activities and side-by-side comparisons of the 2010 and revised 2017 standards. The Learning in Ohio website also describes how educators can use four major parts of Ohio’s education system – standards, model curricula, assessments and resources – to help students learn and succeed.
Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts about the website through a short survey. It will remain open through April 5.
ODE ITC EMIS Trainings for February–March 2017
Children spend more than half their weekdays in school. Start Talking! and the Drug Free Action Alliance recognize teachers are powerful influencers in their students' lives and have an incredible opportunity to guide them toward making healthy, drug-free lifestyle choices.
FY17 Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (A) Collection, v2
The Ohio Department of Education provided a policy clarification regarding the ratio in preschool special education classrooms during a webinar recorded on Nov. 10, 2016. While this is not a new rule or a change in policy, the Office for Early Learning and School Readiness covers questions from school leaders and educators about the implementation of the rule in this webcast recording.
Here are the Frequently Asked Questions about ratio in preschool special education classrooms.
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