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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

41. Wayne County Combined General Health District - Wayne County, Ohio
US/ohio/Wayne County Health Laws regulations. Children Health/education/Safety Social Services. Public Health Administrative/Professional Resources.
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43. TriState Midrange Users Group - TSMUG, Cincinnati, Ohio - Group Regulations
These regulations shall be controlled and governed by the law of the courts of theState of ohio. Vice President, Vice President of education, Vice President

Nominations for 2003-2004 Board of Directors now being accepted
We are now accepting nominations for next years board. You are not required to have any special skills and being a BOD member only requires a few hours each month. To review the duties of each position, visit our Board of Directors page. To nominate someone, email our Secretary, Sue Clement.
(TSMUG), P.O. Box 1781, West Chester, Ohio 45069, phone: 513-357-6173
Our By-Laws
Article One: Organization
  • The name of this Organization shall be TriState Midrange Users Group, abbreviated to TSMUG.  The address for purposes of receiving mail is: PO Box 1781, West Chester 45071-1781. The association is a non-profit Organization and shall not make nor declare dividends.
  • Article Two:  Purpose
  • The specific and primary purpose for which this association is formed is to advance the state of the art of data processing on IBM midrange systems through mutual education, dissemination of technical and non-technical information, exchange of ideas and open discussions. Limitations:  The Organization shall have no power of authority over its members.
  • 44. US Charter Schools Website
    Legislative Summary Passed in 1997, ohio's charter school (Section 3 Charter schoolsare exempt from most state education laws and regulations and operate


    Ohio Charter School Information
    State Profile Info Last Updated: 03-12-2003
    Brief Overview:
    Ohio's charter school law was originally passed in 1997 allowing conversion charter schools, also known as "community schools," in all school districts, but limiting start-up schools to the Big Eight urban districts whose student populations were over 12,000. In 1999, the charter school legislation expanded the definition of a community school to include start-up schools in the Urban 21 school districts. In 2000, the law was expanded to allow community schools to be established in any school district designated as an academic emergency district by the Ohio Department of Education. There are currently 71 community schools in operation, which includes 3 digital community schools. 52 of the community schools are sponsored by the State Board of Education.
    Profiles of selected  Ohio Charter Schools  created by the schools themselves.
    List of all the  Ohio Participants  registered on this site or one of the Web Community sites.

    45. OEA's ESEA Information Center : Ohio Implementation
    The ED published proposed regulations on the Standards and Assessment an ESEA meetingcosponsored by the ohio Department of education (ODE), the
    Ohio Implementation
    Ohio Proposes Accountability System Redesign
    Three OEA Nominees Named to Committee of Practitioners

    OEA Participates in Review of Consolidated Application

    ESEA Field Hearings
    Implementing Scientifically Based Research in the Schools (PowerPoint Presentation)
    Ohio Proposes Accountability System Redesign top of page
    Three OEA Nominees Named to Committee of Practitioners.
    Under Section 1903 of the ESEA, states are required to create a Committee of Practitioners to advise the State in carrying out its responsibilities. OEA members serve on this Committee. Meeting minutes and information can be found at:
    top of page
    Elementary and Secondary Education Act Testing and Accountability What the Law Requires The new ESEA requires states to test all students in grades 3-8 (and once in grades 9-12) in reading and math. By 2007-08, states must administer science assessments, once in grades 3-5, 6-9, and 9-12.
    Ohio Education Association (OEA) and the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) Common Understandings
    1. General Principles:

    46. Ohio Child Day Camps Regulations (9/93)
    ohio Child Day Camps regulations (9/93). drama; dance; music; gymnastics, swimming,or another athletic skill or sport; computers; or an education subject
    Ohio Child Day Camps Regulations (9/93)
    5101 :2-18-01 DEFINITIONS
    (A) "Child day camp" means a program that meets all of the following: (1) A program in which only school children attend or participate. "School children" means children who are enrolled in, or are eligible to be enrolled in, a grade of kindergarten or above, but are less than eleven years old, or children who are at least eleven years old, but are less than fifteen years old. "Eligible to be enrolled in a grade of kindergarten or above" means children who meet local school district requirements for kindergarten entrance. (2) A program that operates for no more than seven hours per day. (a) For purposes of this chapter, the maximum seven hours of operation does not include transportation time from a child's home to a child day camp and from a child day camp to a child's home and does not include transportation to and from pick up and delivery sites which are not the child's home. (b) A program that schedules one or more overnight activities in conjunction with its day camp operation is a child day camp for purposes of sections 5104.21 and 5104.22 of the Revised Code and rules adopted pursuant to these sections. (c) A camp that serves children for more than twenty-four consecutive hours that also serves school children who attend seven or less hours per day is a child day camp for purposes of sections 5104.21 and 5104.22 of the Revised Code and rules adopted pursuant to these sections.

    of some of the burdens attached to federal education regulations. complement the $17billion education budget recently approved by the ohio Legislature
    Weekly ColumnJuly 1, 1999
    WashingtonEarlier this year, Congress overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan education bill called "Ed-Flex" that relieves states of some of the burdens attached to federal education regulations. Republicans continue to build on the theme of flexibility and local control through the "Straight A's" education initiative, which puts more control and responsibility over education into the hands of parents and teachers.
    Straight A's and Ed-Flex are common sense education measures that will greatly benefit children in public schools. The reason is simple: Parents and educators at the local level can focus on learning instead of red tape and bureaucracy. These measures actually encourage those directly involved with education to use federal resources for improving test scores and student achievement.
    Under Straight A's, states have the option of establishing a five-year performance agreement with the Department of Education in exchange for flexibility. If they do so, states can combine some or all of their K-12 education dollars and use them according to their specific needs. The funds can be used by the Governor and state legislature for their education reform plans.
    For example, funding from Straight A's could complement the $17 billion education budget recently approved by the Ohio Legislature. Governor Taft and the Ohio Legislature could use federal dollars accordingly to leverage their education reform efforts across the state. Ohio and other participating states would then have to demonstrate that their policy choices meet acceptable performance measures once the five year period ends. If states do not meet their goals, they would default to the old funding system.

    48. Ohio State University - University Bulletins - College Of Education
    Effective Autumn 1998, The ohio Board of multiage, intervention specialist, andvocational education. mandates or changes in Graduate School regulations.
    The Ohio State University - Bulletin Series: Return to Bulletin Series Home College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences *School of Natural Resources Colleges of the Arts and Sciences *College of the Arts and School of Music *College of Biological Sciences *College of Humanities *College of Mathematical and Physical Sciences *College of Social and Behavioral Sciences **School of Journalism and Communication **School of Public Policy and Management Max M. Fisher College of Business College of Dentistry College of Education *School of Educational Policy and Leadership *School of Physical Activity and Educational Services *School of Teaching and Learning College of Engineering *Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture College of Human Ecology Moritz College of Law College of Medicine *School of Allied Medical Professions College of Nursing College of Optometry College of Pharmacy College of Social Work College of Veterinary Medicine Agricultural Technical Institute Office of Continuing Education Graduate School Course Offerings Bulletin Undergraduate Majors College of Education
    *Undergraduate preparation for MEd programs
    *Requirements are subject to change.

    49. Ohio Smallmouth Alliance Home
    in ohio's watersheds through education, habitat preservation TOSA was formed becauseohio's smallmouth fisheries overharvest and outdated fishing regulations.
    Ohio Calendar of Events Ohio Conservation Issues Ohio Smallmouth News Ohio Photo Gallery ... Ohio fishing Streams
    The Ohio Chapters The Ohio Smallmouth Alliance (TOSA) is an organization of anglers and conservationists dedicated to improving smallmouth bass fishing in Ohio's watersheds through education, habitat preservation and responsible management. Anglers must work together to improve their fishing; by working as a united group, we can accomplish far more than by acting alone. Click on the buttons below to learn more about The Ohio Smallmouth Alliance and how you can become involved in supporting the gamest fish that swims - the smallmouth bass! Smallmouth bass (micropterus dolomieu) are one of the most popular fish species in Ohio. Anglers who fish for buckeye bronzebacks in Lake Erie, the Ohio River, and the thousands of miles of streams in between do so with good reason. In his classic Book of the Black Bass, Dr. J.A. Henshall praised the smallmouth bass as ``inch for inch and pound for pound the gamest fish that swims." The Ohio Smallmouth Alliance could not agree more! Formed in 1993, The Ohio Smallmouth Alliance (TOSA) is an organization of anglers dedicated to improving smallmouth bass fishing in Ohio's watersheds through education, habitat preservation, and responsible management. TOSA was formed because Ohio's smallmouth fisheries face serious problems - many waters suffer from habitat degradation, while others hold few large fish because of over-harvest and outdated fishing regulations. Since its inception TOSA has been an active advocate on water quality issues that affect our sport and has played a key role in Ohio's historic special regulations program for stream smallmouth bass that was implemented in 1998.

    50. File Education.wpd Rendered In Html, UW-Madison Law Library
    Administrative regulations Annual Code of Federal regulations titles updated bythe daily al., eds. 2nd ed. Dayton, ohio. education Law Association, 2000.

    51. Ohio Department Of Education Links
    Teacher Certification Teacher education and Certification regulations. Report CardsRanking of Individual Schools and Districts; ohio's Annual Progress Report on
    Ohio Department of Education Links

    52. 1st SPOT Home Schooling And Education At Home
    Families Independently Schooling at Home ohio group offers homeeducation regulations,a directory of support groups, homeschooling organizations and events.
    1st SPOT Home Schooling/Education
    General Resources
  • Classical Homeschooling
    Classical education and its practical application in grades K-12 for homeschooling families.
  • FAQ About Homeschooling
  • Families Independently Schooling at Home
    Ohio group offers home-education regulations, a directory of support groups, homeschooling organizations and events.
  • Harvest Home Educators
    Dedicated to keeping home schoolers informed...
  • HomeSchooling
    Creating Alternatives to Education
  • HomeSchooling TEXAS
    The Texian Home Education Freedom Connection. Political. Message board, articles, educational links.
  • Homeschool Helper Designed to provide useful resources for home schooling families. We have message boards, puzzles, books, self-directed math lessons, and links.
  • Homeschool World Informs visitors about articles, organizations, events, legal issues, and supplies. Includes book reviews and a message board.
  • Home Schooling Daily
  • Homeschool World Informs visitors about articles, organizations, events, legal issues, and supplies. Includes book reviews and a message board.
  • Home Schooling Home Schooling Join other home schoolers on line. Learn of other resources, get help with a difficult project or just share the great rewards of home schooling.
  • 53. The Ohio Consumers' Counsel: Outreach & Education | Remote Offices
    that they are in compliance with rules and regulations. Publications OCC Information Outreach education Natural Gas link to state of ohio front page The
    Remote Offices - click here for current listings and meeting times.
    Now you can get your utility questions answered one-on-one when you visit the Ohio Consumers' Counsel (OCC) remote office locations throughout the state.
    In an effort to personally assist consumers with utility bill questions, OCC has the ability to set up Remote Office sites around the state at your organization's request. These sessions will be staffed by OCC's trained personnel who will be able to answer your utility questions and provide you with information about electric, natural gas, telephone and water issues. We encourage consumers to bring their utility bills to the OCC remote office locations to discuss any specific questions you may have. All of your questions are welcome.
    Why Should I Host an OCC Remote Office?
    Hosting an OCC remote office will enable you to offer a free service to your constituents or members of your organization that potentially could help them resolve a problem that they might be having with their utility or provide answers to their utility questions. With the increasing number of choices available to consumers within the utility industry, it is becoming increasingly important for them to become better educated about the decisions facing them every day.

    54. Professional Insurance Agents Of Ohio
    PIA's Agent's Guide to Privacy regulations more PIA's partnership with Inform ohio,professional insurance you topquality continuing education and professional

    55. 13th Annual Ohio Bursars Conference - April 14 To 16, 2003
    Panelists Sherry Downs Bursar, ohio University David Necessary IV Cash Managementand Disbursement regulations Jamie Malone Department of education.

    Registration Information
    Hotel Information Schedule Keynote Speakers ...
    with Discover, Visa or MasterCard at our secure site.
    All documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader , a free download.
    Download the Registration Form in .pdf format.
    Mail or Fax completed registration form to:
    Office of Conference and Events
    Wright State University
    E180 Student Union
    3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
    Dayton, Ohio 45435-0001 Fax: (937) 775-5517 Registration questions should be directed to Jane Schelb at Phone: (937) 775-5512 or Be sure to mention the Ohio Bursars Association Conference to receive the conference rate! Holiday Inn 2800 Presidential Drive Fairborn, Ohio 45324 Phone: (937) 426-7800 Fax: (937) 426-1284 Rate : $92.00 per night plus tax Fairfield Inn 2500 Paramount Place Fairborn, OH 45324 Phone: (937) 427-0800 Fax: (937) 427-0800 Rate: $69.00 per night plus tax The conference rate is available until April 1, 2003. Monday April 14 Tuesday April 15 Wednesday April 16 MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2003 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

    56. Testimony Of Gregg Stubbs
    to present ohio's experiences with education flexibility waivers implementing theEdFlex program, ohio now requires The state regulations that have been most
    Testimony by Gregg Stubbs, Assistant Director
    Division of Professional Development and Licensure
    Ohio Department of Education
    Before the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood,
    Youth and Families February 25, 1999 Mr. Chairman, members of the Subcommittee, my name is Gregg Stubbs. I represent the Ohio Department of Education and serve as the Assistant Director of the Division of Professional Development and Licensure. Our Interim Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. James Van Keuren, appreciates very much the opportunity for a representative of the Department to present Ohio's experiences with education flexibility waivers to the Subcommittee. In September of 1995, Ohio became one of the first group of 6 states granted Ed-Flex authority. The granting of Ed-Flex authority, combined with the ability to waive state rules and statutes, allowed Ohio to establish a school-planning environment unencumbered by real or perceived regulatory barriers. This environment encourages creativity, thoughtful planning, and innovation. In implementing the Ed-Flex program, Ohio now requires any district requesting a waiver to show how the rule or regulation is impeding the implementation of the district's continuous improvement plan. We require that all waiver requests be accompanied by a means to evaluate the waiver's impact.

    57. OHIO
    the home education regulations, with no changes. The draft called Rules for Excusesfrom Compulsory education for Home education was transferred into ohio
    Welcome State Homeschoolers! Ohio Homeschool History Ohio Homeschool Laws County Organizations Happening in Ohio ... Archives I love telling the story of how I came to homeschool. At the risk of telling my age, I'll start with telling you that I graduated from a public school in a suburb of Dayton, Ohio in the class of 1977. Even though I wasn't a Christian at the time, I knew that as bad as academics, peer-pressure and crime were then, that it would only get worse. Oh, if I could only keep any kids I might have at home. In May of 1982, due to a campus ministry of Gregg Harris (yes...Josh's dad) in our hometown of Dayton, Ohio, I became a Christian. Gregg's wife, Sono, discipled me. I would go to their house once or twice a week just as they were cleaning up from supper and Josh (about 7 at the time) would "entertain" me until Sono was finished. One night Josh asked me to come and see his new chemistry set. After several questions like, "So, do you do things to show your teacher for extra credit at school?" I found out that he stayed home for school!!

    58. Squire, Sanders & Dempsey -- Online Library
    Immigration Update; INS regulations Concerning F1/M-1 Student Visas; June 2002(Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) ohio education Update; June
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    China Update

    Corporate Governance/Sarbanes-Oxley Act

    Select Archived Articles (2001, 2000)

    California Corporate Disclosure Act; Amending California Corporations Code Sections 1502 and 2117; December 2002

    (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader)
    Health Care Update; HIPAA Privacy Rules Apply to Public-Sector Employers; December 2002

    (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) Business Litigation Newsletter; Fall 2002 (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) Corporate Update; Document Retention and Destruction: May 2002 (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) Corporate Update; Document Retention/Destruction Frequently Asked Questions; May 2002 (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) China Update China Update; China Adopts Law on Environmental Impact Assessment; January 2003 (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) China Update; Import Duty On Self-Use Equipment; December 2002 (Must be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader) China Update; Shanghai Regulation Uses Incentives to Encourage Regional Head Offices by Multinationals; November 2002

    59. Bowling Green State University--Ohio Residency For Tuition Surcharge Purposes
    primarily for the purpose of receiving the benefit of a statesupported education. Procedures;Basic Guidelines; ohio Board of Regents regulations; Request a
    Ohio Residency for Tuition Surcharge Purposes
    Introduction The residency guidelines are established by the Ohio Board of Regents, the planning and coordinating agency for higher education in the State of Ohio. Students who are classified as residents for tuition purposes receive the benefit of a state-supported education funded largely by the the taxpayers of Ohio. The residency guidelines are meant to exclude from resident classification those people who are in the State of Ohio primarily for the purpose of receiving the benefit of a state-supported education. The term "Ohio Resident" for tuition purposes may differ from other definitions of Ohio residency. A person who has an Ohio driver's license or who is a resident for tax, voting, or welfare purposes may not necessarily be considered a resident for tuition purposes. To be classified as a resident for tuition purposes, a student must meet the guidelines for residency as defined by the Ohio Board of Regents.

    60. LAW - EDUCATION LawResearch
    of Federal regulations Subtitle C. regulations Relating to search) North CarolinaHigher education (see Chapter see generally Chapter 15) ohio (see generally
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