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Sept. 26, 2022 Articles

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9/26/2022

Help shape Ohio’s educational attainment website

Ohio is creating a new educational attainment website and needs the help of school counselors and other educators to develop it. The Attainment Website Initiative aspires to create a single, user-friendly portal that streamlines and personalizes access to career and educational resources.

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9/26/2022

Honor teachers and students through the Partners in Education program

During the academic school year, the Ohio Lottery accepts statewide nominations of outstanding teachers and students. Every month, the Ohio Lottery holds a random drawing of all nominees and awards a Teacher of the Month and an Academic All Star in each of the Ohio Lottery’s nine regions. Award recipients receive gift cards and prizes.

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9/26/2022

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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9/26/2022

Meet and greet event to learn about high school student exchanges

In collaboration with the U.S. Department of State and BridgeUSA, the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) will host a free school “Meet & Greet” Oct. 26 at 5 p.m.  This will be an opportunity to learn more about exchange programs and recruitment agencies.

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9/26/2022

School-based mental health professionals needed

School-based mental health services in several Appalachian counties need licensed counselors, social workers and graduate students to apply for positions. Applicants may be eligible for hiring and retention bonuses.

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