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"I have been extremely impressed with the overall quality of the teacher candidates from Ohio University since taking this position and being able to see them during field placements and student teaching assignments is a huge bonus for us when we look for new staff."
To view the letter from Mr. Hale, Director of Human Resources at Lancaster City Schools, click HERE.
"Without my experiences at the COE, I would not be the teacher or person I am today. You all helped me be a better leader, learner, student, and teacher". - Cherish Odom Davies
To view the letter from Ms. Davies, click HERE.
"The C.A.R.E. program was authentic in that it modeled how its students should live, be, and lead in schools." - Melinda A. Tsapatsaris, Class of '98
To view the letter from Ms. Tsapatsaris, click HERE.
"The entire group at the CDC [Child Development Center] is so educated and so dedicated and there is no way that I would be able to go to work every day if I didn't know I was leaving my children in the care of the next best to me." - Christin Tripp
To view the letter from Ms. Tripp, click HERE.
"It was such a great experience, and a wonderful opportunity for personal and professional growth that has been so beneficial to me". - Rachel McInnis
To view the letter from Ms. McInnis about the COST program, click HERE.
"My students and myself are enriched by the fresh ideas of the student teachers that I have encountered". - Jeff Donahue, Class of '99 & '08
To view the letter from Mr. Donahue, click HERE.
"This past Spring I paper-screened over 400 applicants for 7 positions. Two of the 400 plus candidates came from Ohio University's Fellowship Program. They outshined their competition. They were both poised and confident. They knew their content and their pedagogy. While the university cannot instill the values of compassion and respect for individual students, it was certainly evident that these values were nurtured in these teacher candidates. I am very excited to watch our new teachers thrive and excel in the classroom. Based on our conversations I am looking forward to these Bobcats being leaders in our school community." - Michael P. Short, Ed. D. Principal, Perrysburg High School
"I can confidently say that the year-long pilot program experience has already helped me out immensely!" - Zachary Wiard
To view the email from Mr. Wiard click HERE