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21. OHS/State Archives/Dept. Of Education Records (Text Only)
policymaking body of public education in ohio. Evaluation; Child Nutrition Services;and Special education.
Dept. of Education
Records Series Finding Aids
Dept. of Education
Ohio Departments Building
65 South Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43266-0308
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The State Board of Education is the policy-making body of public education in Ohio. Its responsibilities include establishing minimum school standards, determining professional requirements for teachers, and operating the state schools for the blind and deaf. Divisions within the agency include: Teacher Education and Certification; Vocational and Adult Education; Assessment and Evaluation; Child Nutrition Services; and Special Education.
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29 November 1996

For questions or comments on the website itself, email Ohio Historical Society - 1982 Velma Avenue - Columbus, OH - 43211.2497 - 614.297.2300

22. - Audiovisual
of education; Environmental Protection Agency; General Assembly; ohio Veteran'sChildren's Home; ohio Veteran's Home; org/resource/statearc/agencies/index.html


Records Series Finding Aids
Alphabetical by State of Ohio Agency from which the records originated
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23. Northeast Regional Professional Development Center - NRPDC
agencies in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Lorain counties. The goals ofohio's RPDCs are aligned with the goals of the ohio Department of education.
In 1992 the Ohio Department of Education established a statewide system of professional development through the Regional Professional Development Centers (RPDC). The Northeast Regional Professional Development Center (Region 8) is one of twelve centers across Ohio organized to provide long-term, ongoing, meaningful professional development for all K-12 educators. Funded by a grant to the Greater Cleveland Educational Development Center and the College of Education at Cleveland State Universit y, the NRPDC is a collaborative effort which pools the resources of schools, colleges and universities, and other educational agencies in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Lorain counties. The goals of Ohio's RPDCs are aligned with the goals of the Ohio Department of Education. Goals for fiscal years 2002 and 2003 are:
  • To assist districts, especially Academic Watch and Academic Emergency, with school improvement efforts targeted at improving student performance (e.g., CIP, Baldrige) To provide educators with quality professional development in best educational practices (e.g., SIRI, entry year)
  • 24. Ohio Family Care Association
    concern with the custody holding agencies of children racial, and ethnic contact,awareness, and education. with adoptive, foster and kinship parents in ohio.
    P.O. Box 82185, Columbus, Ohio 43202
    614-268-7776, 614-262-7004 (fax) Voice of Adoptive, Foster, Kinship Children and Families The Ohio Family Care Association (OFCA) is an organization of families who adopt children, provide foster care or give kinship care. OFCA's purpose is to support these families through programs of education, support, advocacy and leadership. The original organization called "Ohio Foster Family Care Association" began in June 1974. In June 1989, the organization changed it's name to "Ohio Family Care Association" to incorporate all persons who live with children touched by out-of-home care. OFCA is affiliated with the National Foster Parent Association (NFPA) and the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC). Caring for children - a caring, continuing family for each child. Supporting Families - adequate preparation and support for specialized parenting; respect for and assurance of rights of adoptive and foster families.

    25. GLARRC Front Page
    GLARRC works with the State Special education agencies of the following statesIllinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Minnesota Missouri ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin

    Site Map
    About GLARRC Hot Topics Resources ... Contact Us
    What's New
    Check out the Information Modules, under the Resources section of this website
    New Information Modules section, providing links and information by topic. Early Prevention of Violence Database
    Available under the Resources section of this website. Kennedy Bill Amending IDEA Part C
    Latest Information on IDEA Reauthorization

    Medicaid Information

    Includes link to State plans, as well as State snapshots and other information. National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum
    Providing a vision of how new curricula, teaching practices, and policies can be woven together to create practical approaches for improved access to the general curriculum by students with disabilities. National State Policy Database
    Available under the Resources section of this website. No Child Left Behind
    No Child Left Behind: A Desktop Reference

    This Desktop Reference outlines what is new under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 for each program supported under the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 and other statues. It also describes how the Act's four guiding principles (accountability, flexibility and local control, parental choice, and what works) are brought to bear on many of these programs. OSEP 23rd Annual report to Congress (2001) Report from the President's Commission
    GLARRC works with the State Special Education Agencies of the following states: Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan ... Wisconsin as the states seek ways to improve their provision of quality education and related services to infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities and their families. The staff at GLARRC stand by their commitment to children by maintaining superior standards of service to the agencies, governing bodies and diverse groups of organizations within each state who are responsible for the welfare of children.

    26. About Learn & Serve America :: Tribal Grantees
    About Learn Serve State education agencies. Grantees are listed alphabeticallyby state. ohio Department of education Ms. Charlotte JonesWard 25 South
    :: State Education Agencies
    Grantees are listed alphabetically by state. Last updated on November 12, 2002.
    Alabama State Department of Education
    Ms. Tammy H. Starnes
    P.O. Box 302101
    50 North Ripley Street, Room 5348 (36104)
    Montgomery , AL 36130
    Phone: (334) 242-8199
    Fax: (334) 242-0496

    Alaska Department of Education Ms. Kattaryna Stiles Alaska State Community Service Commission 619 Ship Creek Avenue Anchorage , AK 99501 Phone: (907) 269-4674 Fax: (907) 269-4520 Arizona Department of Education Ms. Jan Brite 1535 West Jefferson Avenue Bin #60 Phoenix , AZ 85007 Phone: (602) 542-4365 Fax: (602) 364-3045 Arkansas Department of Education Ms. Karen Ghidotti #4 Capitol Mall - Room #402A Little Rock , AR 72201

    27. Project Web -- Schedule
    Iowa has a number of Area education agencies that have education World is a site foreducators from but are static. Copyright © 2000 ohio Valley educational
    Finding what you REALLY want and need on the internet is like digging for buried treasure. RIDE has helped "unearth" some of the most useful sites for teachers serving children disabilities. The following links are sites that will either provide you with pre-made materials like Overlays for the Intellikeys or Communication Boards for children using AAC. Additionally, we have included links to the vendors that we have used the most to purchase assistive technology. The following sites have pre-made overlays and activities to use with the Intellikeys. Intellitools : Intellitools offers a number of solutions for children with disabilities. One of their most widely used products is the Intellikeys, an alternate keyboard that allows children with limited physical access to use a computer. They have an activity exchange on their web site where a large number of overlays and Intellipics activities can be downloaded. Allegheny Public Schools in Maryland maintains this site which serves as a resource for sharing adapted activities and other curriculum supports for students with disabilities. Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland offers on its web site resources for technology that were developed by teachers. Follow their links to the Preschool Education Program.

    28. SEER Brochure
    SEER's member agencies include ° ° California Department of education Board °° New Jersey Department of education ° ° ohio Department of
    SEER is a cooperative program that helps state education agencies in their efforts to strengthen the role of environment-based educational approaches in K-12 curricula and systemic reform efforts. SEER's staff coordinates professional development activities and research programs, disseminates educational resource materials and provides technical assistance to the states.
    SEER was established in 1995 with funding from The Pew Charitable Trusts, a national philanthropy with major interests in both environmental and school reform issues.
    The Council of Chief State School Officers administers the grant. Representatives of the participating state education agencies serve as SEER's professional advisory board.
    Program History
    A 1994 study of federal and state education agencies, local school districts, universities and environmental organizations revealed a broad-scale need for better information about strategies that are working to integrate environmental content, pedagogy and principles into formal K-12 educational systems. This study found that EE had achieved only minor integration in systemic education reform efforts. (Click here to see a copy of the report)
    As part of the study, environmental education coordinators from nine state education agencies convened to identify what specific steps needed to be taken to build a better knowledge base for the field. Among their recommendations was the establishment of a national entity that could help facilitate information sharing among the EE coordinators in the various state agencies and identify successful implementation strategies that might be replicated.

    29. - Government & Regulatory Agencies
    et de sûreté nucléaire; Ministry of education Research; State agencies. ohioEnvironmental Radiation Safety Program; ohio URSB Utility Radiological Safety
    Search the database Index:

    Hot topics

    Recent additions

    Site map
    Health physics issues
    Government agencies
    Nuclear standards

    Technical reports

    Nuclear research centres

    Technical consultants
    Potassium Iodide Tablets
    This site is listed in the BBC Education Web Guide. Begin your journey on the internet with The Rail. This is junction 1360 on "The Science Expedition". Governments play numerous roles in nuclear energy and radioactive waste management. On one hand, they may be active promoters of nuclear energy in many countries. On the other hand, they are also the regulators of things nuclear. This dual role often leads to complex relationships and overlaps between various government departments or ministries. The situation can become even more complicated when several government agencies claim jurisdiction over different (or sometimes the same) aspects. To complete the picture, you often have to add in different levels of government (e.g. local, regional, state, and national). An important point to remember is that the regulatory framework and laws are different in each country. International
  • EEA - European Environment Agency
  • IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency
  • UN - United Nations Argentina
  • ARN - Autoridad Regulatoria Nuclear
  • CNEA - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica Australia
  • AGSO - Australian Geological Survey Organisation
  • EMA - Emergency Management Australia
  • Environment Agency
  • Environment Australia ...
  • SA Radiation Protection Branch Austria
  • Zivil und Katastrophenschutz im Land Salzburg Bangladesh
  • 30. Education
    Higher education. Assistance Available 326 East Main Street, Ravenna, ohio 44266 Day Maps Portage Communities State Officials agencies Federal Officials
    Portage County School Districts Higher Education Portage County Educational Service Center
    Kevin Crowley, Superintendent
    224 West Riddle Avenue
    Ravenna, Ohio 44266
    Phone: 330-297-1436 Fax: 330-297-1113
    Web Site:
    Maplewood Career Center
    Patricia Bateman, Superintendent
    7075 State Route 88 Ravenna, Ohio 44266 Phone: 330-296-2892 Fax: 330-296-5680 Web Site: E-mail: State Board of Education Ohio Department Building, Room 804 65 South Front Street Columbus, Ohio 43214-4183 Phone: 614-466-4838 Web Site: Ohio School Board Association 8050 N High St Ste 100 Columbus OH 43235 Phone: 614/540-4000 Fax: 614/540-4100 Web Site: PORTAGE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS AURORA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CRESTWOOD LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Jerry Brodsky, Superintendent

    31. Higher Education Partnership Links
    Links to Other States' education and Higher education agencies State Department ofeducation, ohio Board of Higher education Partnership PO Box 761 Montgomery


    Links to Other Education Resources
    Links to Other States' Education and Higher Education Agencies
    State State Education Department State Higher
    Education Agency Alabama Alabama State Department of Education Alabama Commission for
    Higher Education
    Alaska Alaska Department of Education University of Alaska
    Board of Regents
    Arizona Arizona Department of Education Arizona Commission for
    Postsecondary Education
    Arkansas Arkansas State Department of Education Arkansas Institutions of
    Higher Education
    California California Department of Education - Goldmine California Postsecondary Education Commission Colorado Colorado Department of Education Colorado Commission on Higher Education Connecticut Connecticut State Education Department Board of Governors for Higher Education Delaware Delaware State Department of Education Delaware Higher Education Commission Washington D.C

    32. State Science Day
    electric and phone utility companiesnumerous State agencies, and all of studentoriginated,inquiry-based science education for ohio's students. The Category Science educational Resources Regional Contests
    The Ohio Academy of Science 55th Annual State Science Day Sponsors S tate Science Day is the pinnacle of student originated, inquiry-based science education for Ohio's students. NEW LINKS: HOW TO REGISTER Start with the Flow Chart that links to the HOW TO REGISTER DOCUMENT [This file may take several minutes to open if you do not have a high-speed connection.] Hotel and Motel Information: Hotels near The Ohio State University General Columbus Area: $654,210 in Travel Information See also: and the Campus map IMPORTANT LINK Science Day Standards
    Hosted on Saturday, May 3, 2003 at
    French Field House and St. John Arena
    The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio For questions related to policies, procedures rules or how to enter State Science Day: Mr. Lynn E. Elfner , CEO
    The Ohio Academy of Science

    1500 W Third Ave Ste 223
    Phone (614) 488-2228 Fax (614) 488-7629

    33. Consumer World: Consumer Agencies
    info and complaint form; ohio Consumers' Counsel; State and Local Consumer agencies(Pueblo's master National Center for Financial education; National Charities
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    34. Ohio State Agencies And Programs
    Translate this page These agencies are responsible for coordinating statewide efforts in and Drug AddictionServices and the ohio Department of education, in part

    35. OPLIN: Consumer & Finance > Housing
    information and referral, and renter training and education, including a ohio HousingCounseling agencies http// Counseling

    36. SWO SERRC
    part of a federally funded project under the ohio Department of education Officefor we provide to schools, families, and agencies in southwestern
    Click here for text only Southwestern Ohio
    Special Education Regional Resource Center
    Serving Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties, and the City of Cincinnati Southwestern Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center (SWO SERRC) is one of 16 regional centers serving the state of Ohio. The SWO SERRC serves the southwestern corner of the state, which includes Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties, and the City of Cincinnati. SWO SERRC is part of a federally funded project under the Ohio Department of Education Office for Exceptional Children. Services provided by SERRC are free of charge and have a common goal of providing quality educational opportunities for learners ages birth to 22. Services Learn about the services we provide to schools, families, and agencies in southwestern Ohio. Power Point Overview Operating Standards for Ohio's Schools Serving Children with Disabilities (Microsoft PowerPoint 98 format)
    Access information about materials, educational software, and assistive technology devices available for loan.

    37. Ohio Educational Technology Agencies
    ohio educational Technology agencies Northwest ohio educational educational TechnologyServices of ohio, Inc.) http WCET (WCET education Technology
    Ohio Educational Technology Agencies - Northwest Ohio Educational Technology Foundation NWOET - Northwest Ohio Educational Technology Foundation located in Bowling Green

    ITSCO (Instructional Technology Services of Central Ohio)

    SOITA (Southwestern Ohio Instructional Technology Association)

    ETSEO (Educational Technology Services of Ohio, Inc.)

    WVIZ (Educational Television Assoc. of Metropolitan Cleveland)
    WNEO/WEAO-TV (NE Educational Television of Ohio, Inc.) WGTE-TV (The Public Broadcasting Foundation of Northwest Ohio)

    38. Ohio Wildlife Center
    OWC provides data to wildlife agencies and local peacefully with wildlife by education,prevention and Twelve different pictures of ohio's native wildlife as
    "...committed to fostering awareness and
    appreciation of Ohio's wildlife."
    REHABILITATION - OWC operates in a veterinary hospital and has an excellent reputation for medical treatment of injured, sick, displaced and orphaned wildlife with the goal of returning a healthy individual back to the wild for independence. Founded by local veterinarian Donald L. Burton, OWC is the only hospital of its kind in the region and admits and treats nearly 4,000 native animals each year. EDUCATION - OWC has many exciting programs, events and displays that help to increase education and awareness of native wildlife. These programs are tailored to fit any school, civic or church group interested in local and regional wildlife issues. HOTLINE - OWC operates a 24-hour hotline, 793-WILD . This line is available as a local community service if an injured or diseased animal is found and is in need of care. On a national level, the hotline serves as a resource for any caller seeking sound wildlife management and conservation information. RESEARCH - OWC collects and maintains data on all animal admissions, physical exams, laboratory tests and dispositions. OWC provides data to wildlife agencies and local universities involved in collaborative research projects.

    39. Ohio Parks And Recreation Association
    Camp and Conference Directory Camps, conferences, retreats, outdoor education programs,http// ohio Parks and Recreation agencies.
    Home Contact Us Helpful Links ... Forms Clemson University, Recreation, Travel and Tourism Institute NRPA and SPRE Leisure Research Symposium Home Page Outdoor Recreation Research, Department of Forestry, Virginia Tech The Leisure Information Network Vision Realization Arizona State University California State University at Chico, Department of Recreation and Parks Administration Clemson University, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management George Mason University, Health, Fitness and Recreation Resouces Management Program Indiana University, Department of Recreation and Park Administration National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)

    40. SchoolGrants - Links: State Agencies
    State agencies. A C F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W. A. O. ohio Department ofeducation ohio SchoolNet site. Wyoming Department of education. Return to Top.
    State Agencies
    Welcome Contact Us SchoolGrants (full site) Grant-Related L inks: Federal Agencies Foundations Grants Management Grant-Writing ... International Grants State Agencies Education-Related L inks: General Interest National Organizations Publications School Safety ... Technology You should regularly check your state education agency's website. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as many other items of interest and assistance to their state's educators.
    As always, if you know of links that should be included here, please let us know! (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.) State Agencies A C F G ... W A Alabama Department of Education Alaska Department of Education
    Alaska - Links to Southeast Alaska Education Sites Arizona Department of Education Arkansas Department of Education
    Arkansas - Other Links to Arkansas Education Sites C California Department of Education

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