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Ohio administrators may face pressure to keep more art and music teachers, nurses, librarians and other staff, but have more control to reduce the numbers.
5/26/2015
Alison DeNisco
Law urges districts to focus on psychologists, computer teachers, gifted education specialists and ESL teachers
Janice M. Tkaczyk is the national director for counselor and academic relations at Universal Technical Institute. She spent 35 years in public education, including 30 as the guidance director at a regional, technical high school.
5/25/2015
Janice M. Tkaczyk
How educators can empower teens to make smart education and career choices
46 states provide additional funding dedicated to ELL education, says a March report from the Education Commission of the States. (Click to enlarge)
5/19/2015
Alison DeNisco
Some 34 states fund ELL programs through their state’s primary funding formula
Tom Wohlleber, assistant superintendent for business services for Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District, leads a safety session with administrators and teachers.
5/19/2015
Margo Pierce
Keeping employees safe and on the job

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