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Tuesday, July 26 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Drivers Ed for Students

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Free Drivers Ed for Students: The Facts

As both an ODE endorsed Driver Education teacher and a Commercial Driving School Training Manager,
I will guide the attendees step by step through the licensure process with the Department of Public Safety.
Explain S B 166 regarding Driver Education. The misconceptions surrounding the costs of offering 
Driver Education will be covered. Attendees will leave ready to offer FREE Driver Education to their 
students in the Fall of 2022.

I am beyond excited to present on how schools can use their CTE funds to offer Driver Education for their students.
The ability to obtain a driver's license isn't about fitting in, or the stigma that comes from being left out. Teens who have a license will naturally have more opportunities.They're the ones who will have access toa wide variety of jobs, they'll be more likely to obtain and hold a job, and they will have an easier time accessing goods and services.
The disparities between which kids obtain licenses follow predictable racial and economic lines.

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Paul Whitney

CBI Director, Invictus High School
I am the current CBI Division President (2021 - 2022).I have been an OWE (CBI) Coordinator since 1993 and a high school teacher since 1984.I am currently the CBI Director at Invictus High School in Cleveland. I was an OWE/CBI Coordinator at Brecksville Broadview Heights High School... Read More →

Tuesday July 26, 2022 3:45pm - 4:45pm EDT
Juniper A Room