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Secondary Transition and Workforce Development for Students with Disabilities

In Ohio, students with disabilities ages 14 or younger, if appropriate, formally enter into the secondary transition planning process. A truly successful transition process is the result of comprehensive planning that is driven by the student’s preferences, interests, needs, and strengths. This comprehensive planning moves students toward successful future outcomes in competitive, integrated employment, education, and independent living.  Visit the Website



2022-2023 IDEA Monitoring Guide The Office for Exceptional Children developed a comprehensive monitoring system for continuous improvement and implementation of IDEA. The intent of the IDEA Monitoring Process is to maximize the use of resources that will result in better academic, social, and post-secondary outcomes for students with disabilities and to meet regulatory requirements. The outcome of the IDEA Monitoring Process provides valuable information for school districts’ planning process to improve results for children with disabilities, including implementation of special education processes and services/supports for students with disabilities.  View the Guide



Special Education Profile Ratings

The special education program in a district is the basis of success for students with disabilities. Every year, districts receive a rating on the performance of their special education program, known as their Special Education Rating. The Ohio Department of Education uses final data that districts submit through the Education Management Information System (EMIS). These data result in one of four ratings — Meets Requirements, Needs Assistance, Needs Intervention or Needs Substantial Intervention. Ohio receives an annual rating from the U.S. Department of Education based on the same four categories. The primary basis of the 2022 rating is the final special education program data districts submitted through EMIS for the 2020-2021 school year. The Department will issue each district’s 2022 Special Education Rating in October 2022. The Special Education Profile districts received in December 2022 includes the data used to calculate the rating. View the Ratings



Science of Reading: SST11 Padlet

SST11 Literacy Consultant, Juakita Bowens has worked to create a padlet resource for districts to use to find resources and training materials that can be used to better understand the Science of Reading. Get the Padlet Resource



New Episode: Workforce Development Board of Central Ohio

Host Eric Neal is joined by guest Jessica Weithman, Pre-apprenticeship Coordinator at the Workforce Development Board of Central Ohio.


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SST's YouTube Channel Did you miss a training from us? Catch up on our YouTube channel! While you're there, make sure to subscribe to stay up-to-date on more resources and tips.


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Back by popular demand, Jonathan Martinis is back in region 11 to speak on the Supported Decision-Making Model! Whether you are a parent, advocate, educator, or related practitioner, we invite you to Join SST-11, and disabilities legal expert, Jonathan Martinis, Esq., J.D., for a learning series focused on Education, Employment, and Independent Living- through the Supported Decision-Making Model. There will be 3 sessions on the following dates. You must register for each event individually.

  • April 5, 2023 (Hybrid/ At the ESC of Central Ohio)

We encourage you to attend all sessions. Anyone in the state of Ohio is welcome to attend. SST 11, is committed to making our meetings, and events accessible to all individuals. Please contact us to request accommodations and/or indicate when you are registering.


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Dec. 8 | Integrating SEL into Your PBIS Framework Dec. 9 | Emerging Special Education Leaders Academy (ESELA) Jan. 6 | Central Ohio Special Education Administrators (COSEAs) Meeting Jan. 12 | PBIS Tier 2 Team Training Jan. 13 | Emerging Special Education Leaders Academy (ESELA) Jan. 19 | Early Childhood Special Education Supervisor's Network Jan. 19 | PBIS Tier 2 Team TrainingJan. 20 | Super Regional CTE Network Jan. 23 | Heggerty Phonemic Awareness 2/1 Jan. 25 | Postsecondary Transition Tier 2 Training Jan. 25 | Regional Literacy Network Jan. 26 | PBIS Tier 3: Creating Functional Behavior Intervention Plans to Improve Challenging Behavior Jan. 27 | New Intervention Specialist Academy Jan. 30 | Heggerty Phonemic Awareness 2/2


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