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Butler County Educational Service Center Named Top Workplace by Cincinnati Enquirer for Tenth Consecutive Year
Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) announced this week that it has been named to The Enquirer’s annual list of Top Workplaces in Cincinnati for the tenth consecutive year. BCESC has made an appearance on Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces list each year since 2013 and is one of only 130 Greater Cincinnati organizations featured on the 2022 Top Workplaces list.
Ashley Dobrozsi-Ferguson would not tell you she’s an everyday hero, but the people she works with would.
Virtual reality is working its way into classrooms in the Tri-State. Butler County Educational Service Center has partnered with several local school districts to find new, innovative ways to use math, and virtual reality is one of them.
Upping pay rates in recent months for K-12 substitute teachers schools helped expand the pool of candidates for temporary classroom jobs, but shortages caused by COVID-19 still remain, said Butler County education officials.
“Many of our students come from difficult backgrounds and experiences that stifle their drive to dream,” shared Ealy. “Our school knew that giving our students the opportunity to see more of Butler Tech and to be exposed to the many programs that it offers, would be an inspirational experience.”
At A Glance
- 56+ partner school districts
- 3,600 alternative and special ed students
- $4M+ in annual savings for partner school districts
- 65 preschool classrooms in three counties
- 14,968 annual home visits
- 36 Success liaisons serving 3,500 students each school year
- 726 employees
- 4,700+ hours of coaching, curriculum support and PD provided annually
- 900 certified substitute teachers in 22 school districts
- 47% reduction in infant mortality among non-Hispanic Black babies in Butler County in 2020
- 1,884 Early Head Start, Head Start and preschool students
- 223 families and 416 children receiving kinship care support
- 10,250 calls and referrals for early childhood programs