What is the State Support Team?
The 16 State Support Teams are responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, special education, and early learning and school readiness services to districts based upon need. Sixteen ESCs were selected through an RFP process to act as Fiscal Agents.
The teams work through the Office for Exceptional Children, Office of Early Learning and School Readiness and the Office of Field Relations by providing technical assistance and professional development. The SSTs include staff and services formerly provided by the Special Education Regional Resource Centers (SERRCs) and the Regional School Improvement Teams (RSITs).
SST Survey Link
Region 2 State Support Team is a premier provider of high quality professional development. We are required to submit feedback on every training or event. If you attended an event, participate in OIP or had assistance onsite for compliance issues, please click on this survey link and share your feedback.
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The Educational Regional Services System (ERSS)
House Bill 115 (HB 115) establishes the Educational Regional Service System (ERSS) and requires the creation of a coordinated, integrated and aligned system to support state and school district efforts to improve school effectiveness and student achievement. It is the intent of the general assembly that the educational regional service system would reduce the unnecessary duplication of programs and services and provide for a more streamlined and efficient delivery of educational services without reducing the availability of the services needed by school districts and schools. The bill also contains information and deadlines for districts that want to transfer to another region.
State Support Team Map
State Support Team Map by Regions listing contacts for each region for Ohio.