2020 PBIS Recognition ApplicationApplication and resource materials now availableRead More ▸
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PBIS Tier I Overview and Refresher PreK-12March 6, 2019Read More ▸
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Support Schools Monitoring Tool TrainingMarch 3, 2020Read More ▸
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Reading-Tiered Fidelity Inventory (R-TFI) Guided Work SessionMay 13 session for elementary and secondary schoolsRead More ▸
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PBIS: Effective Classroom Management PracticesMay 20-21, 2020Read More ▸
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2020 AT Conference and Vendor FairSeptember 29, 2020 at NEOMEDRead More ▸
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2020 AT Conference and Vendor Fair 2020 AT Conference and Vendor Fair

Save the date: September 29, 2020

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R-TFI Guided Work Session R-TFI Guided Work Session
Reading Tiered Fidelity Inventory Guided Work Session for elementary and secondary schools  Read More...
2020 PBIS Recognition Application 2020 PBIS Recognition Application
 Application materials now available  Read More...
Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement: Doe v. Ohio Dept. of Ed. Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement: Doe v. Ohio Dept. of Ed.
The Ohio Department of Education requests that districts take the following steps as soon as possible.
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The Assistive Technology (AT) Vendor Fair and Conference
FYI… The Assistive Technology (AT) Vendor Fair and Conference held annually at NEOMED in Rootstown is being postponed until September or October 2020.
 
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UDL Webinars UDL Webinars
30-Minute Free Webinars by OCALI in Partnership with Ohio’s State Support Teams
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Barberton's Do Your Job Curriculum Barberton's Do Your Job Curriculum
The Ohio Department of Education highlights Barberton's Do Your Job initiative.  Read More...
Introducing Two New Outreach Centers Supporting Students with Disabilities Introducing Two New Outreach Centers Supporting Students with Disabilities
Over the past two years, there has been ongoing work to improve services and educational options for students with sensory disabilities throughout the state.  Read More...
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