As a former high school principal of both a traditional high school (Maysville - Go Panthers!) and a dropout recovery high school (Foxfire ROCKS), my blood pressure skyrockets over changing graduation requirements. When wearing those hats, I too experienced sleepless nights because my mind refused to stop worrying about how the changes would affect MY… Continue reading Panicked or Purposeful: How are you planning for Ohio’s new graduation requirements?
Earlier this month, Ohio welcomed its newest Governor, Mike DeWine. Even before his official inauguration, Governor DeWine began announcing some of his key education and youth-focused priorities. Today EnvisionEdPlus is highlighting some of these priorities and sharing our current thoughts regarding how these priorities could play out to support Ohio’s young people. The Governor’s Children’s… Continue reading New Governor: New ED Priorities
EnvisionEdPlus is proud to sponsor upcoming educational innovation events held by the Kenton City School District, Ohio Afterschool Network, Ohio Small and Rural Collaborative, Campbell City Schools, Berkshire Local Schools and Inventionland Institute. To learn more about these great organizations and their events, READ ON. Days of Innovation in Ohio Schools EnvisionEdPlus is partnering with… Continue reading EnvisionEdPlus: Sponsoring Innovation Across Ohio
Our team regularly is asked “What’s up with Straight A?” So here is the scoop. Ohio’s Straight A Fund Governing Board met this week and state officials provided insight on both the state budgeting process and the plan for Straight A Rounds 5 and 6 (if the legislature approves Straight A funding in the coming… Continue reading Straight A: An update on Ohio’s innovation funds
EEP Guide to Ohio’s New Graduation Requirements, PART 4. A guest post by Dr. Trista S. Linden-Warren. Last week, a public radio initiative out of Boston, On Campus, reported on Ohio’s progress increasing access to college in high school, also known as early college or dual enrollment. About a quarter of Ohio high school students have… Continue reading Breaking Down Silos: Increased collaboration among secondary schools, colleges and government are key to student success