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3/8 EdConnection: Introducing "Each Child Means Each Child", Ohio Dyslexia Committee and more stories!

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March 8, 2021

Students high fiving on the school bus. "Ohio's Plan to Improve Learning Outcomes and Experiences for Students with Disabilities"

Introducing “Each Child Means Each Child: Ohio’s Plan to Improve Learning Experiences and Outcomes for Students with Disabilities”  

“Each Child Means Each Child: Ohio’s Plan to Improve Learning Experiences and Outcomes for Students with Disabilities” outlines recommendations, tactics and action steps to improve the educational experiences of Ohio’s 270,000 students with disabilities enrolled in public schools. In alignment with Each Child, Our Future, it uses data to illustrate how implementing the plan’s recommendations can improve student outcomes.

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