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The Ohio Central School System (OCSS), of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC), was chartered through the Ohio State Board of Education on April 9, 1973. OCSS provides comprehensive educational programs and training in thirty adult DRC prisons, provides quality assurance for nineteen Community Based Correctional Facilities and two privately operated facilities in the State of Ohio.
Since we are a chartered school district, all of our teachers are required to possess Department of Education (DOE) license/certificate. Thus, every academic teacher must have a bachelors/masters degree. Every Career-Technical teacher must have a GED/HS diploma, and five years experience in their field or a college degree as a required by DOE. The Librarian Two classification must have a Master Degree in Library Science.
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"Correctional educators transform lives and the professional staff of the Ohio Central School System provide a comprehensive skill-based curriculum proven to reduce recidivism." - Denise L. Justice, Superintendent
Ohio Central School System
The Ohio Central School System adheres to the statement:
"Equal Educational Opportunities are offered without regard to Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, or Disability"