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Fall Assessment Update from the Ohio Department of Education  As schools begin the 2020-2021 school year, teaching and learning will be provided through virtual, blended and in-person environments. Assessment plays a critical role in determining each student’s individual needs during the reset and restart. At the same time, the unique circumstances of this year create some logistical challenges for test administration. The Ohio Department of Education is committed to working through these issues to support the...
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August 12 Updated Transitional Pandemic Rules This letter provides an update to the May 31 and June 9, 2020 letters for Ohio Department of Education-licensed preschool and school-age child care programs. On August 10, 2020, the State Board of Education adopted updated emergency rules that reflect the changing environment of the state as it continues...
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Preschool and Kindergarten Data Manager Training Opportunity KReady Data Manager Webinar: Getting Started Fall 2020 Facilitated by The Management Council When: Monday, August 10, 10:00am–11:00am Registration link: https://bit.ly/33xlRYf   This webinar is primarily for new data managers and will provide information on using the Ready for Kindergarten Online system (KReady) to report Early Learning Assessment (ELA) and Kindergarten...
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Dear Early Learning Assessment Data Managers, Thank you for your continued efforts to support the early care and education of Ohio’s youngest learners. The following message contains important information about the KReady system closing for last school year and reopening for the coming school year. Data Managers have until close of business July 13 to...
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Updated information on early learning and school readiness, graduation requirements and reading diagnostic assessments The Ohio Department of Education today updated its website to reflect updates to early learning and school readiness information, including additional resources for families and caregivers. Additional details about deadlines for identifying students at risk of not earning a diploma have...
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Dear Early Learning Professional, The Office of Early Learning and School Readiness recognizes the important role all of you play in supporting young children and families during the ordered closure and stay-at-home period. We have received numerous questions regarding policies and procedures that are affected during this time, and have created a Frequently Asked Questions...
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Dear Early Learning Provider, Due to the temporary closure of child care in Ohio as outlined in the Executive Order, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) is implementing system changes to the Ohio Child Licensing and Quality System (OCLQS) for Step Up To Quality (SUTQ). These changes include a 6-month extension of...
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Important new documents, resources and updates from the Ohio Department of Education Today, Governor DeWine announced Ohio’s “Stay at Home” order will be extended through May 1. As families and educators settle in to a new and different way of teaching and learning, the Ohio Department of Education applauds your efforts and thanks you for...
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Dear School-Age Child Care and/or Preschool Administrators in Ohio Department of Education-Licensed Sites, On Sunday March 22, 2020, Governor DeWine announced all child care providers in the state of Ohio must stop operating as of Thursday, March 26, 2020, unless designated as a pandemic child care program. This means all school-age child care programs and...
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ODE Licensed preschool or school-age child care provider, grantee, or early childhood program administrator: Ohio Department of Education continues to place resources on its website, including a printable prevention checklist, FAQ, and Guidance for K – 12 schools. More information is forthcoming and will be posted to the Ohio Department of Education website as it...
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