Links To State Education Agencies Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire NewJersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota, ohio Oklahoma Oregon http://www.nasbe.org/SEA_Links/SEA_Links.html
SHEEO Agencies SHEEO agencies org. www.ibhe.state.il.us. INDIANA. Stanley G. Jones, Commissioner (C). Commission for Higher education. 101 West ohio http://www.sheeo.org/agencies.htm
Welcome To The OACCA The Northwest ohio SERRC is one of 16 Special education Regional Resource Centers serving ohio, designed to support educators and families working with children with disabilities. http://www.oacca.org/
The Foundation For Environmental Education a nonprofit 501(c)(3) located in Columbus, ohio. is to create environmental educationdemonstration projects groups, business groups, and government agencies. http://www.the-environment.org/
Extractions: The Foundation for Environmental Education is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located in Columbus, Ohio. Our mission is to enhance environmental literacy. Our methodology is to create environmental education demonstration projects as well as a number of TV series' that are broadcast on PBS stations around the US and distributed to K-12 schools and to colleges and universities. We only do projects that involve participation from environmental groups, business groups, and government agencies. We bring together entities with diverse interests and help them see a common goal. The Foundation for Environmental Education is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located in Columbus, Ohio. Our mission is to enhance environmental literacy.
Home Page Services are provided in the areas of technical assistance, professional development and information sharing to and with school districts, parents and agencies. http://www.leeca.org/northernohioserrc/index.htm
Extractions: " Promoting Quality Educational Services For Children Since 1969" SERRC Northern Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center 1230 Beechview Drive, Suite 100 Vermilion, OH 44089-1604 Phone: 440-967-8355 Fax: 4 * Bulletin Board Staff General Information Assistive Technology Svcs. ... Staff Development (Inservices) Inservice Registration Instructional Resources SERRC Newsletter SLP Supervisory Svcs. ... Ohio Department of Education Academic Content Standards Questions or comments concerning this website should be directed to the Web Master.
Extractions: Today is Rally/Lobby Day Posted on: Rally/Lobby Day April 9 at the State Capital Come to the Statehouse to tell your legislators that the cuts to Education, Health and Human Services must be stopped. Let them know that you support additional state revenues to ensure adequate funding for the protection
OACCA Member Agencies www.registerofohio.state.oh.us The Administrative rules proposed by stateagencies. www.ode.ohio.gov The ohio Department of education. http://www.oacca.org/links.asp
State Education Agencies State education agencies. ohio Department of education Room 810 65 South Front StreetColumbus education Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401A Connecticut Ave., NW http://www.educationpolicy.org/StateAgencies.htm
Extractions: Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories Alabama Department of Education
Ohio State Resources Combines a list of state agencies and organizations that provide assistance and services for children Category Regional North America Health Disability Information State agencies and Organizations. Special education Michael Armstrong, DirectorOffice for Exceptional Children ohio Department of education 25 S http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/oh.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
NEA Higher Education State Higher education agencies. with a brief description and overview of ohio's stateassisted purpose of the Technology and Distance education Initiative, as http://www.nea.org/he/abouthe/statehe.html
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Ohio New Roles for State education and Higher education agencies. from all areas of theeducation community are ohio has developed a postsecondary enrollment option http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/pbriefs/94/94-1oh.htm
Extractions: Report 1, 1994 Previous section Next section Contents Pathways ... home page The Ohio State Board of Education has the authority to guide and oversee education at the elementary and secondary levels. The Ohio Board of Regents oversees postsecondary education. In recent months, these two entities have collaborated in a number of efforts to improve education at all levels in Ohio. Standards and Assessment Student learning standards and assessments, especially at the secondary level Ohio is revising the state standards for prekindergarten through twelfth grade education. Statewide proficiency tests mandated by the state legislature are in place for ninth grade in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, and citizenship. Students are required to pass the ninth grade proficiency tests in order to graduate from high school. Additionally, proficiency tests are under development for twelfth grade and fourth grade. While regionally this testing program is not a likely alternative, the states within the NCREL region may be able to provide benchmarks for each other. At some point, Ohio will need to look beyond the performance of students within the state, and compare their performance to others outside of the state. Teacher and administrator licensing (can include regional certification issue) Ohio is revising standards for teacher education and licensure, building on the work of the Intrastate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (NTASC) and the standards of the National Council for Accreditation of Teachers (NCATE). This fall, pilot programs will be implemented in four sites to test the use of PRAYIS III as a performance assessment linked to state licensure. Additionally, Ohio is in preliminary discussions with the Central States National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) region regarding the possibility of regional certification for administrators.
Policy Issue Scanning national sources such as education agencies and associations Issues Minnesota educationIssues ohio education Issues Wisconsin education Issues NCREL's http://www.ncrel.org/policy/scan/issues2.htm
Extractions: This yearly analysis of the top education issues for 2001 and into 2002 is based on reports from many sources, including: NCREL networks and advisory groups, including our Teacher Advisory Council, Rural Advisory Council, Regional Educational Policy Research Consortium, and State Education Agency liaisons. Information from state and national sources such as education agencies and associations, governors' State of the State addresses, and Gallup Polls. The analysis is not applicable to all geographic regions in the United States. Rather, its purpose is to summarize findings in NCREL's seven-state region and to highlight some national trends and agendas. The National Picture The Feds and Flexibility
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State Education Agencies agencies. STATE DEPARTMENT OF education SPECIAL education John Herner, Director Divisionof Special education, ohio Department of education 933 High http://cart.ncraonline.org/consumer/agencies.shtml
Stateline.org: Education Title I To Local education agencies, states, according to a Census Bureau report onpublic education. New York North Carolina North Dakota ohio Oklahoma Oregon http://www.stateline.org/issue.do?issueId=124
Extractions: Jump to "Related Links"... H ere are some various links that are related to continuing education and OCHEA. American Council on Education Website to check out should you need information on federal governmental education efforts. http://www.acenet.edu America's Job Bank is located at http://www.ajb.org . This is a product of the U.S. Employment Service, Department of Labor. This site includes a guide to position vacancies across the country and information for job seekers and employers. A listing of all federal department, agencies and commissions can be found at the White House website http://www.whitehouse.gov/ then follow the "Gateway to Government" link to the individual listings. Internal Revenue Services pages will give you up-to-the-minute information on tax law changes. Find the IRS at http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/ National Center on Educational Statistics will provide you information on educational data and resources. They are available at http://www.nces.ed.gov/