In March of 2022, the Ohio Department of Education awarded $1 million to 10 educational entities throughout the state through the Amplifying Ohio’s Pathways to Graduation Grant. This grant aims to address gaps in graduation rates due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Awardees will use these funds to provide technical assistance to their selected target districts and for the purpose of opening more pathways to graduation, particularly increasing access to the career-readiness competency alternatives.

Grant Awardees

See list of grant awardees and identified target districts below:

  • Ashland County West Holmes Career Center JVSD: West Holmes Local
  • Auburn JVSD CTPD: Berkshire Local, Fairpoint Harbor Exempted Village, Painesville City & Riverside Local
  • Cincinnati City CTPD: Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Cincinnati State Technical & Community College: Cincinnati Public Schools, Great Oaks Career Center & Grant Career Center
  • Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley: Conneaut Area City Schools
  • Partnership for Innovation in Education: Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Upper Valley Career Center: Sidney City Schools, Fairlawn Local & Hardin Houston Local
  • Washington County Career Center District: Frontier Local & Marietta City
  • Young Entrepreneur Institute: Elida Local, Shawnee Local & Delphos City Schools
  • Youngstown State University: East Palestine City, Boardman, Struthers, Western Reserve, West Branch & Jackson Milton


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