Columbus City Schools has partnered with Ohio Dominican University (ODU) to offer teachers, staff, administrators, their spouses, and dependents six graduate degrees at a discounted rate. The degree opportunities include:
“This partnership with Ohio Dominican University aligns with our district’s goal to recruit, develop, and retain world-class educators and staff,” said Columbus City Schools Superintendent/CEO Dr. Talisa Dixon. “Part of our success is measured through our partnerships that foster professional development where teachers and staff are engaged and energized so that we have a culture of learning throughout Columbus City Schools.”
Through this Educational Partnership Program, CCS staff and families can take advantage of the following benefits:
Ohio Dominican University President Robert Gervasi, Ph.D. says this partnership demonstrates ODU’s commitment to supporting Ohio’s largest school district, and the university’s willingness to engage with organizations of all sizes and types to help create opportunities for those who have a passion for lifelong learning. “I am grateful to Dr. Dixon and the leadership at Columbus City Schools for their partnership in this important initiative,” Gervasi said. “We are excited to have the opportunity to work closely with the outstanding teachers, staff, and administrators at Columbus City Schools to help them achieve their educational and professional goals. In addition to our comprehensive offerings in the education field, we are proud to include many other graduate programs in this partnership to help broaden the educational opportunities available to families of CCS employees so that they too can pursue an education that aligns with their professional interests.”
For more questions, contact CCS Human Resources at email@example.com.