Ohio Tag

The classroom isn’t the only place where teachers make an impact. The articles I’m sharing today illustrate all the hard work many teachers are doing outside of the classroom to ensure all their students have a chance at achieving success. Get in the Thanksgiving spirit: share...

Now, more than ever, teachers have the flexibility to let their creativity shine in their classroom. And some are even taking it a step further by using their voice to inspire change throughout their community, district, and even state. Below are three pieces that highlight the power...

Cleveland.com Veteran Ohio teacher Tricia Ebner reacts to the recent release of the state’s assessment scores, citing the need for stability and consistency to “give educators a better opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how the state tests measure students’ learning.” Click here to read more....

Cleveland Plain Dealer As Ohio’s statewide testing window comes to a close, it’s important to reiterate how the state’s annual assessments help document students' learning progress. As Bryan R. Drost, director of curriculum and instruction for the Summit Educational Service, and Tricia Ebner, an intervention specialist...

It’s more important than ever for Ohio policymakers to actively listen to stakeholders and gather meaningful feedback to inform the policies that will positively impact our schools. This year, states across the country are working on a plan to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act...

Spring is always a great opportunity to do a bit of cleaning in my classroom. After teaching for 25 years, I’ve accumulated quite a few books, binders, and resources. I also enjoy how sorting through all these items is always a walk through my history...