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Jan. 8, 2024 Articles

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1/8/2024

OETC24 keynote speakers announced

The Ohio Educational Technology Conference is proud to present a dynamic keynote speaker lineup for the 2024 conference Feb. 13-15 in Columbus.

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1/8/2024

Intel Corp. offering $5,000 scholarship for women in technology

Women who plan to enroll in a two-year associate degree or one-year semiconductor certificate program in the state of Ohio are invited to apply for this recently established scholarship program. Up to 25 awards will be granted to eligible applicants.

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1/8/2024

Reminder to submit for 2024 Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students

The 2024 Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students must be completed online through the AT&AEM Center’s web portal and electronically signed by the superintendent by April 19. The registration generates supplemental funds for registered students that the AT&AEM Center uses to purchase supplemental accessible educational materials at the district’s request from the American Printing House for the Blind.

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1/8/2024

OEDS updates for Roster Verification due Feb. 2

Update Ohio Educational Directory System (OEDS) roles and contact information for all administrators in advance of the upcoming Roster Verification process. Additionally, administrators should make sure district staff members’ email addresses are updated in the Student Information System and EMIS. The Department uses this contact information to send important communications to school and district staff members throughout the year.

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1/8/2024

District Alternate Assessment participation

Each district or community school must submit a justification when it anticipates testing more than 1.0% of students using the Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities. The Department is transitioning the District Justification and Assurances process to the Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP).

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