CORE Reporting Requirements

Program Coordinators will use the Connected Ohio Records for Educators (CORE) to plan, implement, and report on the Resident Educator Program each school year. CORE is used to plan the program, register Resident Educators and mentors, request funding, transfer records, and complete end of year reporting.

Resident Educator Registration (Sept. 1-Nov. 15)

Resident Educators must hold a Resident Educator license, an alternative Resident Educator license of any type or a one-year out-of-state license to be registered. Program coordinators can register Resident Educators in CORE beginning September 1 through November 15. As part of the Resident Educator registration, program coordinators must also select the name and/or state ID of the Resident Educator’s mentor from the state’s licensure database. A list of certified mentors is located on the main page of the Resident Educator Program Website.

Funding Reimbursement Requests (Jan. 6-June 30)

Funding is available for each first year Resident Educator working in a public district, chartered community school, Educational Service Center, Career Center or Joint Vocational School. To be eligible for these funds, a school or district must have registered their Resident Educators in CORE by the designated deadline. Reimbursement funds must be requested by June 30 of each school year.

Personnel Steps

  1. The program coordinator must “Initiate new funding request.”
  2. The school or district treasurer must review and route the funding request, and
  3. The school or district superintendent must review and route the funding request.

End of Year Reporting (complete by June 30)

Program coordinators are required to provide confirmation in CORE that all program requirements have or have not been completed by June 30 of each school year.

Last Modified: 1/2/2014 3:37:08 PM