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Operating Standards For Ohio Schools Committee Checkpoint 1 1/14/14. Operating Standards.
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For Ohio Schools
Essentially – how to run a school
(our primary focus thus far)
1. Reorganize rules into new topical sections
2. Create a guidebook for each rule that elaborates the rules intent and gives recommendations for how districts should implement the rule
3. Create an interactive web page during our work with revisions and new rules which would inform stakeholders of which rules are under consideration and the time table for review and allow for comments; Creates transparency and expands stakeholders
3 part interactive web page
a. Operating Standards with revisions
b. Guidebook – best practices, recommendations, and suggestions
c. Interactive clearinghouse of ORC – links to ODE, OAC, and other relevant pages
Impacts almost every school in Ohio
All traditional public schools and districts must comply with the operating standards.
Nonpublic schools that are chartered must comply with a subset of the operating standards.
Nonpublic Schools that are not chartered and do not receive any state funding must still comply with a small number of general requirements.
Theresa Bowser - Ohio Catholic Conference
Dan Dodd - Ohio Association of Independent Schools
Cindy Hartman - Coalition for Rural and Appalachian Schools
Deb Tulley - Ohio Federation of Teachers
Scott DiMauro - Ohio Education Association
Mike McCarty - Clinton-Massie School District- School Board Member
Jerry Klenke - Buckeye Association of School Administrators
Rob Delane - Ohio School Boards Association
Melissa Cropper - Ohio Federation of Teachers
The Operating Standards currently consist of fifteen rules that each addresses a specific aspect of district and school administration.
MOVE TO GUIDEBOOK
(1) Effective strategic planning is:
(a) Based on the personalized and individualized needs of current and future students and other stakeholders of the school district or school; and
(b) Used to develop strategic goals and objectives for the school district or school that are focused, well-defined and have a specific timetable for being met.
SAMPLE NEW RULE
Searchable laws and rules regarding education topics of interest
Point and click to access ORC, OAC and links to further
Brief summary of topic in plain language
Easily updated and revised as necessary