Series 1.8: Special Assistant to the Governor (Alan Endicott) – OHIO University Libraries

Special Assistant to the Governor – Alan Endicott

Alan Endicott served as a special assistant to the governor from June 1996 through January 1999 concenating on education issues.

The records are arranged in the order in which they arrived. They contain correspondence, legislative summaries, reports, legal briefs, video tapes, meeting materials, budget information, speeches, magazines, proposals, memos, and avel information.

12 cu.ft. The records are in miscellaneous order.

Series 1-Box# 1

  1. 121st General Assembly – Legislative Summary
  2. 122nd General Assembly – Education Legislation
  3. Adopt-A-School Program
  4. Building and Disict Report Cards
  5. A Communications Tool Kit for the Local Report Card
  6. Cincinnati Public Schools

Community Schools

  1. Communications
  2. Conacts and Legal Questions
  3. Funding
  4. General Information
  5. Permanent and Temporary Law

Video Tapes

  1. Community Schools in Ohio
  2. Hope for Ohio’s Children
  3. Hope for Cleveland’s Children
  4. Scholarship Program Hope Media Piece
  5. Cleveland Scholarship Program
  6. Milton & Rose Friedman Foundation: Educational Choice [Loose]
  7. Rethinking Schools [Loose]
  8. Redisibutive Education Policy [GBC bound]
  9. Cleveland Public Schools

Series 1-Box# 2

CSP (Cleveland Scholarship Program)

  1. Budget and Funding
  2. Communications
  3. Enrollment and Other Program Data
  4. Evaluations and Audits
  5. Cleveland Scholarship and Tutoring Program by Deloitte & Touche [6 copies]
  6. A Comparative Evaluation of the Cleveland Scholarship and Tutoring Grant Program, March 16, 1998
  7. Ibid., November 11, 1997
  8. Lawsuit (Gatton v. Goff)
  9. Permanent and Temporary Law Changes
  10. ansportation
  11. Deregulation
  12. Education Data Lists
  13. Federal Education Funding
  14. Federal Education Paperwork and Mandates
  15. Federal Government – Education
  16. GEM Council
  17. Gifted Education
  18. Goals 2000 Annual Goals Reports
  19. Media Packet on Eight National Education Goals [duo-tang folder]
  20. Ibid.
  21. Journey to Success Resource Series (2)

Series 1-Box# 3

  1. Destination: Success in Education, 1998, 8th Annual Report [2, Loose]
  2. Ibid., 1997, 7th Annual Report [4,Loose]
  3. Resources, 1996, 6th Annual Report [1,Loose]
  4. Destination: Success in Education, 1995, 5th Annual Report [3,Loose]
  5. Expanding Opportunities for Success, 1994, 4th Annual Report [Loose]
  6. Ibid., 1993, 3rd Annual Report [Loose]
  7. Ibid., 1992, 2nd Annual Report [Loose]
  8. Creating Opportunities for Success, 1991, 1st Annual Report [Loose]
  9. Education for Results Reform Package
  10. The Governance of Education and Human Services in Ohio, Dec. 1992
  11. Equity in Ohio: Education Finance, Dec. 1992
  12. Understanding Ohio’s Education Improvement Package, Mar. 1993
  13. Removing the Barriers: Unleashing Ohio’s Learning Power
  14. A Report on the Governor’s Literacy 2000 Regional Summits: Executive Summary
  15. Ohio Department of Education Organization Study: Executive Summary
  16. Ohio’s Education Reform Package, Mar. 16, 1993
  17. Governor’s Commission on Educational Choice
  18. Higher Education
  19. Issue 2 (May 98) School Sales Tax
  20. Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates
  21. National Board of Professional Teaching Standards
  22. National Board Faculty Meeting and Promotional Video [Cover, Loose]
  23. Video – National Board Certification
  24. Video – “Something is Happening Across America”
  25. Non-Public Schools
  26. ODE Model Health Curriculum
  27. Reduced Class Size
  28. Religion in Schools
  29. School Data
  30. School Levies
  31. School Technology: Five School Disicts’ Experiences on Funding Technology Programs, Jan. 1998 [Booklet]
  32. OhioLink [duo-tang binder]
  33. Ohio Supercomputer Center [Booklet]
  34. OARnet [Folder]
  35. School Technology and Readiness Report, Oct. 9, 1997
  36. School Technology
  37. SchoolNet

Series 1-Box# 4

  1. Special Education
  2. Standards and Assessment
  3. [Unlabeled] Education Reform
  4. Urban Education
  5. Voinovich Education Record – Akron Beacon Journal Draft Reply
  6. [Loose Materials] Education Initiatives
  7. Voinovich Education Record – Talking Points
  8. Voinovich Education Record – Vrabel Draft
  9. The Voinovich/DeWine Education Agenda [Clipped]
  10. State of the State , Feb 10, 1998
  11. Voinovich, Michael

Series 1-Box# 5

  1. “Implementing Academic Standards,” Paper Commissioned by the National Education Goals Panel, July 1997
  2. The National Education Goals Report, Volume One: The National Report, 1993
  3. Ibid., Volume Two: State Reports 1993
  4. Ibid., Executive Summary 1995
  5. Ibid., 1995
  6. Ibid., Volume One 1995
  7. Ibid., Volume Two 1995
  8. National Education Goals Panel [Loose Material]
  9. “Mathematics and Science Achievement State by State, 1998,” The National Education Goals Panel
  10. The National Education Goals Report 1997
  11. “Reconsidering Children’s Early Development and Learning: Toward Common Views and Vocabulary” National Education Goals Panel, June 1995
  12. National Education Goals Panel [Loose Material]
  13. The National Education Goals Report, 1996
  14. “Profile of 1994-95 State Assessment Systems and Reported Results,” National Education Goals Panel
  15. “Promising Practices: Progress Toward the Goals, 1998,” National Education Goals Panel
  16. The National Education Goals Report 1998
  17. “Talking About Tests: An Idea Book for State Leaders,” National Education Goals Panel
  18. Data Volume for the National Education Goals Report 1998
  19. Summary Guide, The National Education Goals Report, Building the Best, 1993
  20. “Special Early Childhood Report, 1997,” National Education Goals Panel
  21. The National Education Goals Report Summary 1997
  22. “Getting a Good Start on School,” The National Education Goals Panel
  23. The National Education Goals Report Executive Summary 1996
  24. The National Education Goals [web page brochure] (2)
  25. “Principles and Recommendations for Early Childhood Assessments,” The National Education Goals Panel
  26. “Ready Schools,” The National Education Goals Panel
  27. “Early Adolescence/English Language Arts Portfolio,” National Board for Professional Teaching Standards [shrinkwrapped]
  28. “Recommended 1994 Authorized and Operating Budgets, Oct. 22-24, 1993,” National Board for Professional Teaching Standards [GBC bound]
  29. Education Week, vol. XVIII, num. 5, Oct. 1, 1998, “Technology Counts, 1998”
  30. Milken Family Foundation cover letter on “Technology Counts”
  31. Education Week, vol. XVII, num. 11, Nov. 10, 1997, “Technology Counts”
  32. Ibid., vol. XVI, Jan. 22, 1997, supp. “Quality Counts”
  33. Ibid., vol. XVII, num. 17, Jan. 8, 1998, “Quality Counts 1998”

Series 2-Box# 1

1998-1999 Biennial Budget

  1. State of the State Address
  2. Appropriations
  3. Language
  4. School Finance
  5. Basic Aid
  6. Equity Aid
  7. School Building Assistance
  8. SchoolNet
  9. Professional Development
  10. Peer Review
  11. Urban Academies
  12. Urban Initiative
  13. Innovation
  14. Cleveland Scholarships
  15. Lucas County Charter Schools
  16. Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates
  17. Educational Technology Partnership Plans for State of Ohio [under “s”]
  18. HB 215 [under “t”]
  19. OAGC, Ohio Association for Gifted Children [under “u”]
  20. Misc. OBR Materials [under “w”]

Series 2-Box# 2

Education Legislation – 122nd General Assembly

  1. House Bill 215
  2. Biennial Operating Budget Executive Version
  3. Ibid., Executive Version, Part II
  4. Department of Education: Primary and Secondary Education Subcommittee
  5. House Bill 412
  6. House Bill 477
  7. Senate Bill 102
  8. Senate Bill 55
  9. House Joint Resolution 22
  10. House Bill 697
  11. House Bill 650
  12. House Bill 770

Series 2-Box# 3

  1. [Unlabeled] (3)
  2. Other School Funding Legislation
  3. Senate Joint Resolution 3, Governor’s Sales Tax Proposal
  4. Senate Bill 55, Academic Accountability
  5. House Bill 412 Fiscal Accountability

Ohio School Funding Task Force

  1. DeRolph v. Ohio Case History
  2. Lead Staff Meetings and Notes
  3. Ohio Revised Code Statutes Ruled Unconstitutional
  4. Recommendations Presented to the Ohio School Funding Task Force
  5. Reform Models
  6. Alternative School Funding Legislative Proposals
  7. Augenblick Proposal
  8. The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions
  9. Building Excellent Schools for Today and the 21st Century
  10. Legislative Testimony and Other Data
  11. Ohio Coalition for Equity and Adequacy of School Funding

Series 2-Box# 4

  1. Adminisator’s Guide to Amended Substitute House Bill 152
  2. House Bill 117 Budget Analysis & Discussion
  3. OAGC Ohio Association for Gifted Children
  4. Arndt Proposal – Special Ed. Funding – HB 770
  5. “Children in America’s Schools” videotape.

Series 3-Box# 1

Correspondence

  1. June 1996 – December 1996
  2. January 1997 – June 1997
  3. July 1997 – December 1997
  4. January 1998 – June 1998
  5. July 1998 – January 1999
  6. [Loose Material] Memorandums

Series 3-Box# 2

Memorandums

  1. June 1996 – December 1996
  2. January 1997 – June 1997
  3. July 1997 – December 1997
  4. January 1998 – June 1998
  5. July 1998 – January 1999

Avel

  1. ECS 1997 Annual Meeting – Providence, RI
  2. ECS Accountability Meeting – Columbus, OH
  3. NGA Accountability Meeting – Madison, WI
  4. Pioneering Partners Foundation [Folder]
  5. ECS 1998 Annual Meeting – Portland, OR
  6. Pioneering Partners Meeting – Cincinnati, OH
  7. ECS Accountability Forum – Tuscon, AZ

Series 3 -Box# 3a-3b

  1. Miscellaneous Letters/Memos [3 folders]