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12/16/2016

#MyOhioClassroom – Share Your Stories of Success and Innovation with Ohio's Education Community

So many great things are happening every day in Ohio’s districts, schools and classrooms, and we want to highlight those accomplishments for teachers like you across the state. That’s why we’re launching the #MyOhioClassroom campaign on Instagram and Twitter — to offer you a way to share stories of success, innovation and other great news with your peers. 

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12/16/2016

Ohio Department of Education launches mobile app

Ohio families can now get the latest education news, search for schools in their neighborhoods and look at their schools’ report cards right from their smartphones. The Ohio Department of Education has launched a mobile app for iPhone and Android. Learn more here.

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12/16/2016

Check out Teaching with Technology series

The Teaching with Technology video series highlights teachers who are integrating learning technologies into the curriculum in Ohio’s schools. Check out one or more of the eight videos, which the Department produced with our partner WOSU Public MediaHere’s the complete playlist, and below see a description of the first four videos:
 

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12/16/2016

Hold notice times for licensure applications decreasing beginning Jan. 3

The Ohio Department of Education places on hold any credential applications that individuals submit without required items, such as transcripts, documents, payments or background checks. In such cases, the applicants receive email notification indicating the specific reasons the Department placed their applications on hold. Beginning Jan. 3, 2017, the Department will limit “hold” times for applications to 60 days.

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12/16/2016

State Board passes new resolution on student suspensions

Student behavioral incidents can be challenging, and suspension may seem like the quickest and best way to ensure against further episodes. At its November meeting, the State Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution led by board member Cathye Flory encouraging – but not mandating – schools and districts to develop strategies to avoid out-of-school suspensions. One of those might be a districtwide system of positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS). 

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