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.
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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.
Butler County is now home to two International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) Distinguished Districts.
"This has been said before, but it bears repeating - this is not the time to become complacent! Renewed interest and attention to the three well-known instructions is so important right now: wear a mask, stay 6 feet or more apart, keep your hands clean! We need to rededicate ourselves as a community to these three things as we move indoors and learn to live with this disease. This is our new normal until we get a vaccination and we have a long winter to get through together! Mask wearing has been shown to be the single most effective way to keep COVID at bay." - Jenny Bailer, Butler County Health Commissioner
BCESC ranks fifth highest among Ohio’s 52 educational service centers in terms of total amount saved. In total, Ohio’s ESCs reported more than $78 million in savings to ODE for FY2021.
Led by Coya Taylor, RN, Butler County Educational Service Center facilitates Butler County's Infant Mortality Medicaid Grant with various community partners in coordinated efforts to reduce infant mortality within African American communities.
As school is about to start up, districts across Southwest Ohio are receiving free face masks made possible from a donation through FEMA.
Area Head Start learning programs that prepare young children for success recently got a boost in federal funding local school officials said will greatly help the instructional program continue during the coronavirus pandemic.