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Oct. 2, 2023 Articles

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10/2/2023

Upcoming U.S. Department of Education Regional Advisory Committee virtual meeting

The Department invites members of the public to attend an upcoming meeting or submit written comments on the education needs of the Midwest region. Comments must be submitted two business days before the committee meeting date. The next virtual meeting is Oct 16.

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10/2/2023

Free information session to deepen career-tech education programming with Learning Blade

In partnership with the Educational Service Center (ESC) of Central Ohio and the Ohio STEM Learning Network, Learning Blade is offering an in-depth exploration of its interactive toolbox Oct. 10. Register now to attend.

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10/2/2023

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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10/2/2023

Governor DeWine announces new program to increase teen driver training options

Last week, Governor Mike DeWine announced details of a new program that will increase the number of quality driver training programs in Ohio. The new Creating Opportunities for Driver Education Grant Program aims to provide more opportunities for teens to access affordable, quality driver education. The grants will be used to help educational service centers, school districts and career-technical schools establish or expand driver training programs in the high schools they serve.

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10/2/2023

Attorney General Yost awards grants to schools for streamlined threat response

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently announced $4 million in grant funding available to local school districts to buy technology that links them directly to law enforcement in an effort to improve crisis response and crime prevention. ​The grant program, which has been continued after a pilot effort last year, helps school districts purchase crisis-response technology that alerts law enforcement of potential safety breeches on school property.

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