KristinaBreece Posted January 28, 2011 Share Posted January 28, 2011 We don't have to report for DS' kindy year, since he will be under 6. But for the next year, Ohio requires that you include assurance that the student is receiving instruction in all of the following areas: (a) language, reading, spelling and writing (b) geography, history of the United States and Ohio; and national, state and local government; © mathematics; (d) science; (e) health; (f) physical education; (g) fine arts, including music; and (h) first aid, safety, and fire prevention. This seems like an intensive list. I've looked at other states, and this seems like a lot-- I'm sure we didn't cover each of these subjects every year when I was in school... which wasn't that long ago. (Less than a decade!) Do I have to cover all of this EVERY year, or is this what the summation of their education over time has to include? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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