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ESC Board Meeting
The scheduled meeting for Feb. 21 will be held at the Detention Home, 9967 Murray Ridge Rd., Elyria, beginning at 4:45pm. 
ELASPA Winter Program
Elyria-Lorain Association of School Psychologists
Feb. 24 - Registration

Target Audience:  School Psychologists, Counselors, Special Ed Superviosrs and Pupil Personnel Directors
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Dr. Lori Wilfong Workshops
Don't miss out....register today!
Mar. 15 -
Optional 1 semester hour of grad credit through Ashland Univ.
 
Book Studies 2016-2017

There are so many resources available to help teachers and administrators implement research-based best practices, but there seems to be no time to participate in traditional face to face book studies.

The ESC of Lorain County has developed learning pathways using Eduplanet21 learning management system, so that you and your colleagues can learn together at your own pace, 24/7.

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ParaPro Assessment
Our next scheduled assessment dates are March 6 and April 24.

 
ESC in the News!
Superintendents:  Cut State Tests, end As and Fs on State Report Cards

CLEVELAND, Ohio - The state should stop grading schools and school districts with A through F grades, while also cutting the amount of state tests and making sure the tests help teachers teach students better, a group of local superintendents says.

Take it from cartoonist Jim Gill:  The eyebrows really matter - Amherst News Times 2/15/17
 
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