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The Broadcast Educational Media Commission is an independent agency created to advance education and accelerate the learning of the citizens of this state through public educational broadcasting services. The commission provides leadership and support in extending the knowledge of the citizens of this state by promoting access to and use of educational broadcasting services, including educational television and radio and radio reading services. The commission also shall administer programs to provide financial and other assistance to educational television and radio and radio reading services.

The commission is a body corporate and politic, an agency of the state performing essential governmental functions of the state.

Ohio Public Television Stations Release Teacher & Parent Resources for Department of Education's Highest Priority Initiatives

The Multimedia Grant project has a long history of supporting educational initiatives for Ohioans. This project is a joint initiative among Broadcast Educational Media Commission, the Ohio Department of Education, and Ohio's Public Television Stations. Project Spotlight presents Helping Parents Understand the IEP Process, brought to you by the Broadcast Educational Media Commission, the Ohio Department of Education, and WOUB Public Media:

 

Evaluation Team Report (ETR) Planning and Meeting

 

 

The Individualized Education Program (IEP)

 

 

Intervention Assistance Team (IAT) Process

 

 

Progress Monitoring

 

For more information about the IEP Process: 

To see more videos created by the Ohio Public Television stations, please follow the link to BEMC's YouTube page.