The Alternative Education Leaders Network is designed to share evidence-based practices, facilitate peer-to-peer learning, promote collaborative problem-solving and ensure alternative education leaders have access to state initiatives.
The ESC's Alternative Education Programs provide a structured opportunity for students who struggle or are unable to adjust to programs in traditional classrooms.
The ESC partners with districts and schools to provide a cost-effective method to meet requirements of attendance and truancy legislation, investigate truancies, approve home education requests, and perform residency verifications.
The Diploma Planning Institute (DPI) is a program founded by the ESC of Central Ohio and developed to guide district and school administrators toward building a foundational dropout prevention plan based on researched and proven strategies.
The ESC of Central Ohio and the National Dropout Prevention Center (NDPC) provide an opportunity for district and school administrators to build a research-backed foundation for building an effective dropout prevention plan.
The Success Network serves as the link between schools and leaders, providing resources to advance and accelerate students beyond high school.