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November 30, 2020 30 min

The Jefferson County Educational Service Center (JCESC) was one of 88 county school districts established in 1914 by the Ohio General Assembly.  County school districts were charged with responsibility for elevating the state’s system of education to a proper standard, and the work of county staff was primarily regulatory and compliance-driven.  Staff developed courses of study, provided teacher in-service training, and supervised classrooms.  In 1995, county school districts were renamed educational service centers, a title that appropriately describes a shift in focus from compliance to service and reflects the current work of ESCs.

In this episode of "In Good Company," learn more about what the Jefferson County ESC is working on, how it helped guide our local school districts through Covid-19 and what important issues are at the top of its priority list. 

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