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We'll help you meet the needs of your gifted learners through program audits, consultations or coordinated support services.
The implementation of Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) 2.0 requires new credentials for those who evaluate teachers.
Mary served on the Butler County ESC governing board for 19 years and also served as board president.
Teaching staff at the Butler County Juvenile Detention & Juvenile Rehabilitation Centers (JDC/JRC) recently celebrated a milestone achievement: helping 25 incarcerated students fulfill their high school graduation requirements over the course of the last five years.
Butler County Educational Service Center’s teaching and learning department recently redeveloped a professional learning program for the Southern Regional Education Board’s (SREB) to use with new and early-career math and science teachers nationwide.
Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) is pleased to announce it has earned the 2021 Top Workplaces USA award issued by Energage, a purpose-driven organization that develops solutions to build and brand Top Workplaces.
In the United States, Black babies are far less likely than white babies to celebrate their first birthday. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Minority Health, Black babies have 2.3 times higher infant mortality rates than their white counterparts.
At A Glance
- 34+ school districts served
- 2,820+ alternative and special ed students
- $3M+ saved annually by partner school districts
- 56 preschool classrooms in three counties
- 10,351 home visits completed annually
- 34 Success liaisons serve 2,901 students in two counties
- 621 employees
- 6,500+ hours of curriculum training and professional development provided annually.
- 1,028 certified substitute teachers in 22 districts
- 1,000+ families enrolled in birth-to-three programs
- 1,710 Early Head Start, Head Start and preschool students
- 317 families and 525 children receiving kinship care support
- 9,107 early childhood program calls and referrals processed annually for 9 Ohio counties