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  1. Home education regulations: What parents need to know about Ohio home education regulations by Diana Marie Fessler, 1989
  2. Ohio Education Board reverses course on promoting 'intelligent-design' creationism.: An article from: Church & State
  3. Reform under review: academy veterans fear performance-based funding policy in Ohio's 10-year higher education plan neglects some institutions' individual ... from: Diverse Issues in Higher Education by Reginald Stuart, 2010-03-04
  4. Ohio legislature mulls fixed tuition cap.: An article from: Community College Week
  5. Access and equity for African American students in higher education: a critical race historical analysis of policy efforts.(Report): An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Shaun R. Harper, Lori D. Patton, et all 2009-07-01
  6. Good Sports?: An article from: Journal of Higher Education by John R. Thelin, 2000-07-01
  7. Research universities and scientific misconduct: history, policies, and the future. (Special Issue: Perspectives on Research Misconduct): An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Nicholas H. Steneck, 1994-05-01
  8. The production of bachelor's degrees and financial aspects of state higher education policy: a dynamic analysis.(Report): An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Marvin A. Titus, 2009-07-01
  9. Definitions and boundaries of research misconduct: perspectives from a federal government viewpoint. (Special Issue: Perspectives on Research Misconduct): An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Alan R. Price, 1994-05-01
  10. Collegiate Desegregation and the Public Black College: A New Policy Mandate.: An article from: Journal of Higher Education by M. Christopher Brown II, 2001-01-01
  11. State policies to improve undergraduate teaching: Administrator and faculty responses.: An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Carol L. Colbeck, 2002-01-01
  12. Sexual Harassment in the 1990s.: An article from: Journal of Higher Education by Michelle L. Kelley, Beth Parsons, 2000-09-01
  13. Survey of All Water Treatment Plant Operators Who Fluoridate Drinking Water in Ohio(1).: An article from: The Ohio Journal of Science by James A Lalumandier, Leonor C. Hernandez, et all 2000-04-01
  14. Transparency tube monitoring as an indicator of fish community health.(BRIEF NOTE)(Report): An article from: The Ohio Journal of Science by Bill Zawiski, 2007-09-01

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2. Ohio Boating Safety Course Online - Boater Education Courses Online
completion of this course meets ohio's requirement for boating safety education.This section contains information on ohio Boating regulations that are in
Ohio Boating
Safety Course
The Nautical Know How Basic Boating Course is a NASBLA approved course. Successful completion of this course meets Ohio's requirement for boating safety education. This section contains information on Ohio Boating Regulations that are in addition to the Federal Requirements covered in the Basic Boating Course . If you have not reviewed the course material, please do so now. All Federal Requirements in the basic course apply to Ohio; this section lists Ohio-specific State Requirements that are above and beyond Federal Requirements. Age Restrictions: Effective January 1, 2000, anyone born after January 1, 1982 must successfully complete a NASBLA approved boating safety course in order to operate a vessel powered by a motor of more than 10 horesepower, including personal watercraft. Successful completion of this online course satisfies Ohio's mandatory education requirements. No person under 16 years of age shall operate a personal watercraft (PWC) . Individuals between 12 - 15 years of age may operate a PWC if a supervising person 18 years of age or older is also on board. Other than a personal watercraft, no person under 12 years of age shall operate a vessel unless under the direct supervision of a person 18 years or older. If the vessel is a powercraft powered by more than 10 horsepower, the supervising person shall be aboard the powercraft.

3. Ohio Boating Education Course: Official Boating Education Courses With Online Bo
Official online boating safety course of the ohio Department of Natural Resources. Receive your official ohio boater certification card. to the site for ohio boating education courses and PWC (jet ski) education courses approved by the ohio the current boating laws and regulations in ohio. We'll also be
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Ohio boating education courses and boater certification tests online!
Welcome to the site for Ohio boating education courses and PWC (jet ski) education courses approved by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Watercraft . Taking a boating education course will allow you to comply with the new Ohio boater education law and will also satisfy other states' boater education requirements for Ohio boaters operating out of state. Your boater education certification may also make you eligible for a discount on your boat or PWC (jet ski) insurance! Below you'll find options for an online O hio B oating E ducation C ourse (OBEC) with an online boater certification test and OBEC classroom boat safety courses. Take a boating education course and certification test online and receive your Ohio boater education certificate! Share the learning experience with other boaters and a qualified instructor!
  • Take any of the Ohio boating education courses above to:
    • Learn how to boat safely Receive an Ohio boater education certification card, recognized and accepted by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

4. Ohio Scientific Education & Research Association (OSERA)
ohio Scientific education Research Association (OSERA) informs on the humane responsible use of animals alternatives in scientific, biological, biomedical, product environmental safety research. and get an overview of the laws and regulations that apply to animals used in research.



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Educational Resources

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students about diseases and the animal helpers assisting biomedical researchers. To get this great game for your classroom, click here! New! Visit our Animals in the Classroom Discussion Forum! About OSERA and its resources, examine information on the use of animals and alternatives in biological and biomedical research, product and environmental safety research, and education. Additionally, you can explore the human body, learn about diseases, meet some curious critters, explore careers in science and examine a variety of other topics. Cure This Real Video tells the story of a little girl who was cured of cancer because of early Ohio-based cancer research. OSERA Kids Explore the human body from your computer or contemplate some of the curious creatures that have contributed to our understanding of anatomy, physiology, health and basic biology. From a look at your body's reaction to a splinter, to zoo adventures, to resources about careers in life sciences, there's fun, interesting and useful stuff in this this section! Parents, teachers and other assorted adults are welcome here, too. Tell Me About Life Sciences Research We're here to help you learn about the use of animals in science and understand the future of alternatives to animal use. In these pages you can learn about the historical basis and the future of biomedical research and product safety testing that benefits humans and animals. We also feature info about outstanding contributions to medicine and science made by researchers right here in Ohio.

5. Ohio Home Education Regulations
ohio Home education regulations. You may obtain a copy of the actual regulationsfrom your superintendent or from the ohio Department of education.
Ohio Home Education Regulations
Note: this is provided for information only. You may obtain a copy of the actual regulations from your superintendent or from the Ohio Department of Education. 3301-34 Department of Education Ch 3301-34 Rules for Excuses From Compulsory Attendance for Home Education Promulgated pursuant to RC 119 Ch
3301-34-01 Definitions
3301-34-02 Statement of purpose 3301-34-03 Notification 3301-34-34 Academic assessment ... 3301-34-06 Placement in school
3301-34-01 Definitions The following terms are defined as they are used in this chapter. (A) "Certified teacher" means a person who holds a valid Ohio teaching certificate, excluding the certificate issued under section 3301.071 of the Revised Code. (B) "Home education" means education primarily directed and provided by the parent or guardian of a child under division (A) (2) of section 3321.04 of the Revised Code which child is of compulsory school age and is not enrolled in a nonpublic school. (C) "Parent" means a parent, guardian or other person having charge or care of a child as defined by section 3321.01 of the Revised Code. (D) "School district of residence" means the public school district within which the parent resides.

6. The Center For Education Reform: Ohio's Charter Law
report cards (79 districts educating approximately 33% of ohio's children are Waiverfrom Most State and District education Laws, regulations, and Policies.
Making Schools Work Better for All Children
Charter School Legislation:
Profile of Ohio's Charter School Law
Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page Ohio (1997) The 14 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter schools General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed Unlimited for schools located in Big Eight Districts (Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Canton, Toledo, and Youngstown) as well as in the Urban 21 districts and in any district that was reported to be in academic emergency by their district report cards (79 districts educating approximately 33% of Ohio's children are currently eligible.) Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities Local school board or joint board in the county in which the charter school would be located, the state board of education; the Lucas County Educational Service Center and the University of Toledo for Lucas County Eligible Applicants Any individual or group Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts

7. Home Education In Central Ohio
Explore reasons to homeschool, FAQs, ohio's regulations, and new homeschooler information.

8. CER Education Reform Newswire December 3, 2002: Federal Regulations Demand Optio
the US Department of education issued final regulations concerning the for '04 aretooling their education platforms. CHARTERS Lawmakers in ohio are poised
Making Schools Work Better for All Children
Education Reform Newswire
The latest news in education from The Center for Education Reform
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December 3, 2002 * FEDERAL POLICY:
Just in time for the New Year, the U.S. Department of Education issued final regulations concerning the implementation of No Child Left Behind , and because the Administration stuck to the intent of the law i.e. TO LEAVE NO CHILD BEHIND many school district administrators are reeling. Because they accept federal funds under Title 1, school leaders must offer parents options when their school has been deemed failing after two years. While this has been so since the early part of this year, school district officials have been able to get away with offering only a handful of options to parents in need. The honeymoon is over, the regs basically declared: from now on, capacity is no longer an excuse. The new federal law requires school leaders in states and communities to provide options, which means they'll no doubt have to get creative in order to ensure that no child indeed gets left behind. The New York Times leads the pack in coverage of these important issues. For more background and analysis, go to

9. Home Education In Central Ohio
section you'll find out more about the regulations for Home education in the State of ohio. We'll cover all the basics

10. Anderson's OnLine Documentation
Anderson's ohio Administrative Code Complete text of all rules, including full appendices, certified to the Legislative Service Commission and the Secretary of State, with an effective date on or before May 29, 2002. 1229 Community Reinvestment Area regulations. 12210 Scrap Tire Loan and Grant Program 3351 ohio Student Aid Commission (Higher education Assistance Commission)
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11. Boating Regulations By State
Home study is accepted ohio boating regulations. Yes, if states meet ohio'srequirements. Oklahoma, No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A.
Boating Courses Boating Tips Boating Contest Safety Links ... Contact Us Boating Regulations by State
Boating Education Requirements
Laws Boating Education Regulations Reciprocity
accepts boating safety certificates from other states and/or NASBLA-approved courses. Alabama Minimum age to operate 12. Boating license required - proctored exam required to obtain license. Non-residents may operate up to 45 days without a license. Alaska No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arizona No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arkansas No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A California No mandatory boating education laws. Minimum age to operate is 16. California boating information. Yes Colorado Colorado residents - age 14-15 - who operate PWCs required to complete boating safety course. Home study is not accepted for this age group. Yes Connecticut All operators of vessels registered in, or who own property in, CT must successfully complete an approved boating course or pass the CT challenge exam. PWC operators must take proctored, state-approved PWC classroom course regardless of residency. Other vessel operators may take the CT challenge exam. No Delaware Delaware residents born after 1/1/78 must complete an 8 hour boating course.

12. Archived: 09/27/95 Ohio Given Unprecedented Statewide Flexibility In Education P
education Richard W. Riley today authorized ohio to waive federal education regulations and statutory requirements for
A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
FOR RELEASE Contact: Melinda Kitchell Malico September 27, 1995 (202) 401-1008
Ohio Given Unprecedented Statewide Flexibility in Education Programs
To advance state and local school improvement efforts, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley today authorized Ohio to waive federal education regulations and statutory requirements for the state and its school districts under a new " Ed-Flex " state/federal partnership. The "Ed-Flex" designation permits waiver decisions to be made by the state not the federal government giving Ohio the power to waive rules that can limit local and state efforts to improve teaching and learning. While Ohio is the fourth Ed-Flex state selected, it is the first authorized to waive federal requirements statewide. This means that Ohio can waive federal regulations for individual school districts or for the entire state. "Ohio has pledged to provide flexibility to school districts in exchange for results," said Riley, "and this new "Ed-Flex" designation will help broaden that commitment. By sharing innovations tested by local districts through the waiver process, Ohio hopes to improve teaching and learning, better coordinate programs and open up the doors of opportunity to more learners. Regular reports from school districts on student progress, tied to both state assessments and local evidence of success, such as an improved graduation rate, will help demonstrate how more flexibility for schools and districts can improve student academic achievement."

13. Ohio DNR Division Of Watercraft Home Page
Provides registration and titling information, boating laws, and news releases.Category Regional North America Natural Resources...... homestudy online course options; education partners LAWS ohio Boat Operator'sGuide; mandatory education; required equipment; rules regulations; links to
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This page updated 04/09/03 BOATING AREAS EDUCATION LAWS FORMS ... water releases ; stream flow links; weather links EDUCATION : Boating Course Search LAWS : Ohio Boat Operator's Guide; mandatory education; required equipment : Online Registration Renewal; fees; alternative registration for hand-powered vessels; what you need to get a registration; where to register your boat ( watercraft agents ); county title offices FORMS you can download WATERCRAFT OFFICES


NOTE: No boats are permitted within 100 yards of a US Naval vessel. All boats within 500 yards of a US Naval vessel must travel at minimum speed. If you need to pass within 100 yards of a US Naval vessel, in order to ensure a safe passage, you must contact the vessel or the US Coast Guard escort vessel on VHF-FM channel 16. Violations are a felony, punishable by up to 6 years in prison and/or up to $250,000 in fines.

14. Ohio Home Educators Network --- O-HEN
of the United States and ohio, national, state government, mathematics, science, health,physical education, fine arts PLEASE read the regulations for yourself
What are the legal requirements for homeschooling? Homeschooling is legally permitted in all fifty states, but laws and regulations vary from state to state. In Ohio, homeschooling is regulated by the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC), Chapter 3301-34. All homeschooling families should be familiar with the full text of this regulation. The OAC is also available in many public libraries and at this link below. OAC 3301-34 Here is a brief synopsis:
  • Proper notification must be given to the superintendent each school year.
  • Parent must meet minimum qualifications.
  • Nine hundred (900) hours of home education must be provided each year including language, reading, spelling, writing, geography, history of the United States and Ohio, national, state and local government, mathematics, science, health, physical education, fine arts including music, first aid, safety and fire prevention.
  • An academic assessment report of the child must be sent to the superintendent annually. This report can be the results of a nationally normed, standardized test or it can be a written narrative indicating that a portfolio of the child's work has been reviewed by a certified teacher.

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Issues Facing ohio's education Professionals IDEA 504 Federal Rules and regulationsfor IDEA (NASDSE) Federal Rules and regulations for IDEA (Federal Registrar
The Ohio Education Association represents approximately members who serve Special Education and Mentally Retarded and Developmentally Disabled (MR/DD) students across the state of Ohio Issues Facing Ohio's Education Professionals: IDEA 504
Federal Rules and Regulations for IDEA (NASDSE)

Federal Rules and Regulations for IDEA (Federal Registrar)

Federal Rules and Regulations for IDEA (US Dept of Ed)

16. OLRS Publications
Special education in Community/Charter Schools in ohio. Summary of IDEA Amendmentsof 1997. US DOE Interpretation of Special education regulations.
Available Publications from OLRS
Advance Directives
Advance Directives for Health Care in Ohio OLRS' Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and Declaration of Treatment Instructions
Americans with Disabilities Act
Mental Disabilities and the ADA - Questions and Answers to Employment Issues Olmstead and the ADA: A Guide to the Decision Rights and Liabilities for People with Service Animals The Supreme Court Adjourns: A Review of the Disability Decisions of the United States Supreme Court's 2002 Term
Assistive Technology
Assistive Technology - Advocacy and Funding Manual
Client Assistance Program
Vocational Services and Independent Living

17. Ohio's FSC - Special Education
US DOE Interpretation of Special education regulations (ohio Legal Rights Service).Return to top Related Topics Special education for Children Age 322.
"I have chosen to be the dominant
force behind my own life." (Text-Only Version) Site Map / Links FSC Home Return to ...
Educational Needs
Special Education
Special education services are available for children over the age of three through age 21 and are administered by the school district in which the child resides. For children with disabilities under the age of three, early intervention services are available.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), children with disabilities will receive a "free appropriate public education" (FAPE) in the "least restrictive environment" (LRE). In other words, children will receive a free educational program that is appropriate to their needs and the program will be administered in an environment that is helpful to the child's education, but not necessarily keeping them out of a regular classroom. IDEA is the federal law that special education services are based upon and is up for reauthorization this year. Families are encouraged to provide input to policy makers about the issues they face in regard to special education services. To learn more about IDEA and how to submit your comments to policy makers, visit the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) section of this Web site.

18. INS Regulations
INS regulations. Maintaining Status, Special registration Procedures. Miscellaneous,AR 11 form. Copyright © 2002 Office of International education, The ohio
Office of International Education (OIE) 100 Oxley Hall
1712 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OHIO
USA Phone: 614-292-6101
Fax: 614-292-4725
Website: Advising Hours Site Map Office Information Study Abroad ... International Students Maintaining Status Special registration Procedures Miscellaneous AR - 11 form
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19. Welcome To HEM's Support Group Area
a starting point in understanding laws and regulations. York North Carolina NorthDakota ohio Oklahoma Oregon is sponsored by Home education Magazine.
Welcome to HEM's Support Groups Pages! To find a group in your state use the map above or follow one of the links below under Groups and Organizations . If you're starting or run a group, check out the links below for helpful information. Bookmark this page and check back for news and information specifically about homeschooling support groups and organizations.
Finding Support

Find support online
Groups and Organizations
National and International
Starting a Support Group

Deciding the Structure-informal to formal, How to Publicize, Being the Contact
Running the Group

Sharing Information, Organizing and Planning, Avoiding Burnout
Staying Informed

Laws and Legal Issues, Political Issues, Where to Find Information and Resources State Laws and Regulations Quick overviews offering a starting point in understanding laws and regulations. HEM-SupportGroups list A new networking list for anyone interested in working with support groups HEM's Support Group Liaison You can contact HEM's Support Group Liaison via email at

20. Charter Schools LegislationPolicy Briefs:deliver
provision; in many cases, the laws and regulations from which Director, Division ofAssessment and Evaluation ohio Department of education 65 South
NCREL's Policy Publications
Charters in Our Midst:
Charter Legislation and Contacts in the NCREL States
Previous section Next section Contents Pathways ... home page As mentioned previously, five NCREL states (Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin) have charter legislation. Major components of each state's law are included here. For the complete legislation or more information, use the state contact names and Internet addresses provided. Brief information on the status of choice or charters for Iowa and Indiana also are included.
State Contact:
Sally Vogl
Illinois State Board of Education
100 North First Street
Springfield, IL 62777
URL: Major Components of the Illinois Charter School Law (Article 27A of the School Code) Illinois's 1996 charter law allows 45 charter schools: 15 in Chicago, 15 in the counties surrounding Chicago, and 15 elsewhere. While this cap on the number of charter schools in Illinois is fairly restrictive for such a large state, it is not unusual. Many states limit the number of charter schools initially. A local school board must approve the charter school, although the board's decision can be appealed to the state board. The state does not provide funding for start-up costs. However, the Illinois State Board of Education received a federal grant of $788,000 per year (for potentially three years) to stimulate and support the establishment of charter schools.

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