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This blog is written by members of the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC), a partnership between the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) and the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). Please note that the information provided in each blog post represents the individual author's point of view and does not necessarily reflect the position of the OLAC, BASA or ODE.
At the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC), one of our main goals is to help educators meet the unique learning needs of all students. As you enjoy summer break, now is a great time to think about ways in which your district, building, or classroom can incorporate new strategies in the 2016-2017 school year to make sure you are challenging ALL learners—regardless of if they are special education, gifted, or somewhere in between.
A number of our learning modules and webinars feature specific information about meeting these unique learning needs, including the Learning Supports and Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners modules.
It may seem strange to make spring resolutions—it’s been months since new year’s, and resolutions have long come and gone by now.
But for educators, spring is the best time to make resolutions. The current school year is beginning to wind down, and planning for summer and next year is in full swing.
OLAC has a number of tools and resources to help during this spring planning period so you can make the most of the next couple of months and plan for a great start to the 2016-2017 school year.