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The Ohio Deans Compact promotes shared understanding and collective action to improve learning and results for all children, especially those from marginalized groups (e.g., students with disabilities, students who are economically disadvantaged). 

Members believe that all children learn to higher levels when they are taught by adults with the necessary knowledge, competencies, and dispositions. To that end, the Compact strives to increase inclusive models of teacher, educational leadership, and related services preparation so that all education professionals are better able to teach and support all learners.

See the Compact’s Statement of Beliefs  for additional information about the focus of the Compact’s work.

To review the Compact’s Bylaws, click here .


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Compact News & Notes

Ohio Deans Compact Statewide Convening

Date: March 20, 2019
Time: 10 am – 3:00 pm
Location: The Conference Center at OCLC

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White Paper

Click here for a downloadable copy of the white paper on the state of educator preparation in Ohio, authored by Drs. Elena Andrei (Cleveland State University), Kristall Day (Ohio Dominican University), and Jennifer Ottley (Ohio University).

Quarterly Meeting Highlights

Ohio Deans Compact December 2018

Learn more about December’s featured speaker, Kevin G. Welner, PhD, and his presentation Closing Opportunity Gaps...through Classroom Practice and Much More

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Compact News & Notes

Ohio Deans Compact Statewide Convening

Date: March 20, 2019
Time: 10 am – 3:00 pm
Location: The Conference Center at OCLC

Learn More »

White Paper

Click here for a downloadable copy of the white paper on the state of educator preparation in Ohio, authored by Drs. Elena Andrei (Cleveland State University), Kristall Day (Ohio Dominican University), and Jennifer Ottley (Ohio University).

~ Ohio Deans Compact ~

Improving the capacity of teacher education, educational leadership, and related services personnel preparation programs in Ohio to better prepare educators to effectively teach and support every child through collaborative inquiry, meaningful partnership, and collective action.