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Are You A Diminisher?

Are You a “Diminisher”?

by Mindy Farry, School Improvement and Accountability Representative How would your colleagues describe your leadership personality? One of the most difficult tightropes that school leaders walk is the fine line between coaching, leading, and supporting teachers, and the essential job of evaluating teachers. In Liz Wiseman’s books, Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter and The Multiplier …

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Council for Affordable and Rural Housing Conference

Alisa Regensburger, Assistant Director of Support Services, spoke on a panel at the Council for Affordable and Rural Housing conference. The panel, Service Coordinators On Your Properties – How to Make it Work, also featured Melissa Harris from the American Association of Service Coordinators along with Dana Knopp Krusz from Knopp Enterprises who moderated the …

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Little Library

Little Libraries

Check out this wonderful outreach initiative from our Service Coordinator, Marianne! “In 2019, I brought an idea to the director of READ Jackson County about a town back home that was using Little Free Libraries in their community to promote reading and recycling books. He ran with the idea and today there are many Little …

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Gap Closing: A Look at Learning Loss in Ohio

Gap Closing: A Look at Learning Loss in Ohio

By Stan Nicol, M.ED., Data Analysis and School Accountability School Local Report Cards (LRC), released in September 2022 by the Ohio Department of Education, were composed of up to 6 components areas. The Gap Closing component measured how well schools were meeting established goals in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics (MTH), Graduation, English Learners, Gifted and …

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An Oath for Mathematics Educators

An Oath for Mathematics Educators – Will You Take It?

By Brit Seward, School Improvement Representative, Mathematics Specialist Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Largest score declines in National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) mathematics in grades 4 and 8 since initial assessments in 1990.   This dismal headline comes from the Nation’s Report Card released in October 2022. The NAEP Mathematics Assessment measures students’ knowledge and …

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Writing Everyday in Every Classroom

Writing Every Day in Every Classroom

By Joni Byus, Accountability and School Improvement Representative As the BCHF School Improvement and Compliance team members have been visiting schools for the biannual reviews this fall, school leaders have expressed a desire for information about how to incorporate writing into every classroom. It is imperative that students are writing every day in every class. Writing …

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