Resident Educator Licenses transition from Four-Year to Two-Year beginning April 12, 2023

The Department will transition to Two-Year Resident Educator licenses, in accordance with changes to the Ohio Resident Educator Program, beginning April 12, 2023. The former Four-Year Resident Educator license no longer will be issued, extended or renewed on or after April… Continue Reading this article Resident Educator Licenses transition from Four-Year to Two-Year beginning April 12, 2023

Important Update for Children Eligible under Developmental Delay in Preschool Special Education

Important Update for Children eligible under Developmental Delay in Preschool Special Education The Ohio General Assembly recently passed HB 554 which resulted in the expanded definition of “child with a disability” as it pertains to the developmental delay disability category… Continue Reading this article Important Update for Children Eligible under Developmental Delay in Preschool Special Education

2023 Business-Education Leader Awards for Excellent Business Advisory Councils Announced

Interim Superintendent of Public Instruction Stephanie Siddens and Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced Ohio’s 2023 Business-Education Leader Awards for Excellent Business Advisory Councils. The 26 Business Advisory Councils being honored demonstrate excellence developing professional skills for the future, building partnerships… Continue Reading this article 2023 Business-Education Leader Awards for Excellent Business Advisory Councils Announced

Update on Ohio Administrative Code 3301-51-11 Preschool Children Eligible for Special Education

The Ohio Department of Education Ohio Administrative Code 3301-51-11 Preschool children eligible for Special Education was final filed with the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) on October 18, 2022 and became effective on October 28, 2022. The rule… Continue Reading this article Update on Ohio Administrative Code 3301-51-11 Preschool Children Eligible for Special Education

SST 1 BLOG POST: Why Structured Literacy is effective and why schools should use this approach

Why Is Structured Literacy Effective and Why Schools Should Use It ? by Debbie Nagel, Regional Early Literacy Specialist, State Support Team 1 Structured literacy along with being explicit and systematic is also cumulative, interactive, diagnostic, mastery driven and instructionally sound. … Continue Reading this article SST 1 BLOG POST: Why Structured Literacy is effective and why schools should use this approach