Question: What is required in order to opt out of the new career-technical education (CTE) program requirements for 7th & 8th grade students?
Ohio Revised Code Section (RC) 3313.7112 outlines the required care for students with diabetes. Each board of education must ensure that each student enrolled in the district who has diabetes receives the appropriate and needed care for his or her diabetes, in accordance with a signed order from the student’s treating physician.
Diabetes care. Diabetes care includes:
All elected officials or their appropriate designees are required to attend public records training approved by the attorney general (RC 149.43(E)). The training must be for three hours for each term of office for which the elected official was appointed or elected to the public office (RC 109.43(B)).
Recently, the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) published guidance entitled “Clarification on Accessibility and Accommodations for New State Tests.” As noted by ODE, the guidance document provides answers to these questions:
Each board of education is required by law to adopt a “school safety plan” for each building in the district. Recently, the laws have changed regarding the creation and submission of these plans. Changes to RC 3313.536 became effective last fall, and ODE’s accompanying administrative rule (OAC 3301-5-01) became effective in January. Changes include:
Name change. Previously, the law referred to these plans as “school safety plans.” The new laws change the name of the plans to “emergency management plans.”