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Dec. 11, 2023 Articles

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12/11/2023

2024 Literacy Academy save the date

The seventh annual Literacy Academy, hosted by the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce, will be held June 10-11, 2024, in Columbus. Registration will open in spring 2024. Please continue to check the Department’s website for additional information. Send questions to ReadOhio@education.ohio.gov.
 

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12/11/2023

Student Wellness and Success Funds and Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid 2023 Report and remaining funds reminder

The Student Wellness and Success Funds and Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid 2023 Report includes details on how Ohio districts and schools implemented initiatives and spent funds.

As a reminder, Ohio law now requires all student wellness and success funds allocated in Fiscal Years 2020 to 2023 be spent prior to June 30, 2025.

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12/11/2023

Compliance with pupil transportation requirements

The newly revised Transportation Concern Form is available to formally report concerns about pupil transportation services. Visit the Compliance with Pupil Transportation webpage for the latest updates.

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12/11/2023

New Rules for Public Comment

The Department regularly posts rules for public comment. However, the Department has not posted any new rules since the last edition of EdConnection. Find previously announced public comment opportunities for rules and related deadlines on the Department’s website. Check back often as additional rules may be added throughout the week.

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12/11/2023

IRS back-to-school tax credit learning opportunity for families

Stakeholder Partnerships, Education and Communications (SPEC) wants to help parents of young children and college students understand the tax credits and benefits they may be eligible to receive. Parents with low to moderate income may also be eligible to have their return prepared for free at a local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site.

Visit the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) tax information for parents webpage to get general information about tax credits, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit.

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