& Initiatives

Helpful Online Resources

Find member-only resources like the job board, certificates of appreciation for your staff, and digital issues of the Principal Navigator. 

Find resources to help support the social-emotional needs of your students and school community. 

Whether you are a beginning administrator or a seasoned veteran, ODE's helpful online toolkit provides resources that are useful throughout the year. Updated quarterly, you will find videos, graphics, print-outs and parent information sheets on several topics including Third Grade Reading Guarantee and Ohio's new report cards. Click here to visit the toolkit. 


Legislative Resources 
Don't let legislators shape policy that affects education - and educators - without letting them first hear your voice! Visit the PAL toolkit.

More Community Resources

School Funding Resources

Learn how to secure more funding for classroom supplies and projects with and its network of corporate partners like Horace Mann. 

Crowdfunding Best Practices 

Literacy Resources from the OAESA Reading Summit

OAESA's Reading Summit was a great opportunity for practical, relevant professional learning around the topic of Equity and Access for literacy in Ohio schools. 

Literacy Resources 

Breakfast in the Classroom

OAESA is proud to be a partner for Breakfast in the Classroom! 

Find resources to help your school fight child hunger, including implementation guides, grant opportunities, and webinars by clicking below. 
 *Breakfast in the Classroom is funded by the Walmart Foundation.
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ODE Third Grade Reading Guarantee District Resources
The Ohio Department of Education has posted additional guidance that addresses many of the questions they had been asked regarding the Third Grade Reading Guarantee, including student promotion guidelines and exceptions. The entire district resources page may be of help to you as you implement these new standards. You can find the information here on the Third Grade Reading Guarantee page.
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FIP Your School

Formative Instructional Practices (FIP) are the formal and informal ways teachers and students gather and respond to the evidence of learning. They are not yet another initiative to implement - they have been created to help implement all the new initiatives that have come down the pipeline. The
y consist of four core components:
  • Clear learning targets
  • Effective feedback
  • Collecting and documenting evidence
  • Student ownership

More information on FIP.

The Ohio Standard

Students are Ohio's future. The education we provide our children impacts how they grow and become prepared for success in college or on the job. Investing in our students' education supports every Ohioan's future. To improve that education, Ohio's students will be learning under new standards in mathematics, English, science, and social studies. Follow updates on Twitter at @TheOHStandard.
Visit The Ohio Standard