• ACADEMIC RESOURCES - State and Federal Programs


     
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    The Office of Academic Resources is under the umbrella of Federal and State Programs. The office ensures that the federal and state entitlement programs are administered properly. Maintaining compliance and management through the district’s Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP) and providing oversight of district and school funding allocations.  These programs are designed to support the education of our economically disadvantaged students.  Economically or educationally disadvantaged persons are those persons placed at special risk by socioeconomic and educational background. Economically disadvantaged persons include those persons who struggle to provide basic necessities for themselves and their families or communities. The Office of Academic Resources is charged with the responsibility of administering these programs to support instruction and raise student achievement. These programs include Project ACT / Homeless Education, Non-Traditional Education/Alternative Education (Neglected & Delinquent), Basic Skills support to Non Public Schools, ESEA Intervention Services, School Improvement/Ohio Improvement Process and Institutional Advancement.   

    The Office of Academic Resources is charged with the responsibility of administering grant funded programs to support instruction and raise student achievement. These resources come through a variety of federal and state grants including:

    • School Improvement Grants
    • Federal Grants
      • Title I Part A
      • Title I-D Neglected & Delinquent
      • Title II-A- Improving Teacher Quality
      • Title III-Limited English Proficient
      • Title IV- A
      • Title VII-B – McKinney-Vento-Homeless Children & Youth

    Please visit the Ohio Department of Education Federal Programs website for more details on federal grants.

    Additionally, the department provides school support services through the selection of external providers, professional development opportunities, and resources that are aligned to district and building needs.

     

     

    Our Mission

    The mission of Academic Resources is to ensure that our schools receive the proper tools necessary for students to achieve the best educational experiences and outcomes possible through supporting staff development on the path to becoming a priemer school district.
     
     
     
     

    Our Leadership


    Diana T. Ehlert
    Deputy Chief of Academic Resources State and Federal Programs
    Email (216)838-0122