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With a focus on Ohio’s system of preparation and ongoing personnel development, the Compact serves as a forum for bridging theory to practice, fostering meaningful P-16 partnership efforts, and identifying and responding to critical issues, such as personnel shortages that limit opportunities to learn for groups of students. The Compact provides a channel for communication and examination of ideas among state leaders; deans, associate/assistant deans, faculty; professional association representatives; district/school leaders; national partners; and others. It also provides opportunities for collaborative efforts to develop and implement innovative models of preparation.


Compact News & Notes

New Incentive Grants

The Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children is calling for applications to implement sustainable improvements in Ohio’s personnel preparation system for teachers and administrators, and contribute to...

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Conference Handouts Now Available

The 4th Annual Statewide Conference took place February 2 & 3, 2017 at The Conference Center at OCLC in Dublin, Ohio

Click here to view the conference speaker handouts

Quarterly Meeting Highlights

Becoming a Threat to Inequity in Schools

Learn more about March’s featured speaker, Paul C. Gorski and his presentation, Becoming a Threat to Inequity in Schools. Also view a new cartoon by Dr. Steve Kroeger.

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Compact News & Notes

New Incentive Grants

The Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children is calling for applications to implement sustainable improvements in Ohio’s personnel preparation system for teachers and administrators, and contribute to...

Learn more »

Conference Handouts Now Available

The 4th Annual Statewide Conference took place February 2 & 3, 2017 at The Conference Center at OCLC in Dublin, Ohio

Click here to view the conference speaker handouts

~ 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.