Competency-Based Education Pilot
Competency-Based Education Contact
Buddy Harris, Director
Office of Innovation
The Competency-Based Education Pilot, established by the 131st General Assembly in Amended Substitute House Bill 64, will allow for five selected applicants to plan and implement competency-based programs during the pilot (2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018, and 2018-2019 school years). Eligible applicants include community schools, joint vocational school districts, STEM schools, traditional school districts, and educational service center-led consortia. Funding will be awarded in an amount up to $200,000 per academic year for selected applicants.
This Competency-Based Education Pilot is designed to:
- Promote innovative learning that has meaning to students, cuts across multiple curriculum areas, and extends outside of the classroom;
- Advance students to higher-level work once they demonstrate mastery of competencies, rather than advancing based upon seat time in the classroom;
- Give supports to struggling students before they advance, and prevent further failure down the road;
- Keep all students on pace to graduate, and ensure those below level make rapid progress;
- Graduate students with deeper college and career ready skills; and
- Inform future development of statewide competency-based policies and programs.
Questions may be directed to competency.based.education@education.Ohio.gov.
Selected Pilot Sites & Resources:
Annual Report Documents
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