Ohio’s system of credit flexibility gives students new and innovative ways to earn academic credit, including the option to test out of a class by passing a rigorous exam or performing specific skills to demonstrate mastery of that knowledge.
“I still love to teach,” says Tim Dove, the 2011 Ohio Teacher of the Year and a 29-year classroom veteran.
It used to be that anyone could be a backyard mechanic. Remember how you could tune up your car, adjust the carburetor, and diagnose trouble just by listening to the purr or rumble of your engine?
Updates from the Lau Resource Center - January 19 2012
Taking challenging courses and mastering high-level mathematics and science are the gateway to success in college, careers and citizenship. Similarly, for Ohio business and industry, a well-trained workforce with knowledge and skills in these subjects is the key to competitiveness in the global economy – the road to economic growth and prosperity.