COLUMBUS – Through Ohio’s new Schools of Honor program, the Ohio Department of Education is recognizing 90 schools that have sustained high academic achievement and made substantial progress while serving a significant number of economically disadvantaged students. The department is presenting a total of 92 awards: 38 High Performing Schools of Honor and 54 High Progress Schools of Honor. Two schools, Citizens Academy of Cleveland and Youngstown Early College, are receiving both honors.
Each year, schools nationwide help students understand the U.S. Constitution and its significance by commemorating Constitution Day. Educational institutions receiving federal funding are required to plan an education program celebrating Constitution Day.
SDC Will Open from 12-6 on Wednesday
School administrators and teacher leaders supporting educators receiving value-added reports in grades 4–8 reading and math are invited to participate in a one-day regional workshop to lead and support the district wide access, interpretation, and analysis of SAS® EVAAS® value-added reports.
The Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan Template for use in conjunction with the Third Grade Reading Guarantee is now available under "Teacher Resources."