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This guide provides resources for preparing for Ohio Assessment Tests for Educators.
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Ohio Assessment for Educators Tests

Welcome to the Ohio Assessments for Educators: Resources and Tips Guide, this guide will help you to navigate your way to the successful completion of your Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) tests.  The new Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) are provided by the Evaluation Systems Group of Pearson, and measure professional, pedagogical and subject-specific knowledge and skills.  Both the pedagogical and content knowledge areas were formerly assessed in the PRAXIS II tests, which, for the majority of content areas, have been replaced by OAE tests. 

This guide includes the following content (tabs):

To learn which assessments are required for specific areas, use the links below:

What Assessments Do I Need to Take?

Ohio Assessments for Educators: Requirements for Subject Tests

Ohio Assessments for Educators: Preparation Materials


Other helpful links:

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