The Ohio Department of Education is proud to announce two options for educators who hold an Alternative Resident Educator-Career Technical Workforce Development license. Please see the following attachments for requirements and details. If you have additional questions, contact the Center for the Teaching Profession at 1-877-644-6338 (Toll Free).
The data used for the federal child count this year will be October 31. This is 30 days earlier than the previous snapshot date, and the October 31 date will align with other child counts required by state and federal law.
District reporting requirements for student data will not be affected by this change. The only data change will be the date that the Ohio Department of Education uses to extract the student data used for the count. IEPs that were due to be reviewed near the former December 1 reporting date will still be effective on October 31.
Ohio legislation requires the Ohio Department of Education to conduct a review of all Career-Based Intervention (CBI) programs in FY2015. The reviews are an accountability measure to assure that students in these programs have optimum opportunities for success.
On-site reviews of more than 300 Ohio Career-Based Intervention programs will occur from Sept. 15 through Dec. 15, 2014. Each review covers applicable indicators in the Quality Program Standards.
Office of Career-Technical Education staff will be contacting CTPD Secondary Directors to set up appointments. We seek your leadership support to assure that reviews occur in an effective and efficient manner. If local Career-Based Intervention staff have supporting documents ready, each review should take approximately two hours.
The Aug. 29 edition of the Resident Educator Program Update provides important information for program coordinators. Inside, you will find tips for registering your resident educators beginning Sept. 1, news about an upcoming webinar Sept. 5 and activities to help resident educators prepare to take the summative assessment.
A PDF of this entire edition is available here. Thanks to all who are supporting Ohio’s teachers through this important program.
The revised Ohio Operating Standards for the Education of Children with Disabilities became effective on July 1, 2014. The Office for Exceptional Children has provided a brief Summary of Changes to the Ohio Operating Standards for the Education of Children with Disabilities. For the complete rule text, refer to the Ohio Operating Standards for the Education of Children with Disabilities or the Ohio Administrative Code.