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Do you have an exceptional student or a teacher that you’d like to recognize? The Ohio Lottery Partners in Education program is a great way to shine a light on their achievements both in and out of the classroom.

Academic All Stars

Recognizes K-12 students who have exhibited academic achievement, community involvement, citizenship and leadership in and out of the community. See the latest recipients.
nominate an outstanding student
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For more information, and to watch a how-to video,
see our FAQs page.

Nominate A Student

Teacher of the Month

Recognizes outstanding teachers and faculty for their excellence in the classroom, leadership, creativity, community involvement and dedication to students grades K-12.
See the latest recipients.
nominate an outstanding teacher
Submit your nomination today!
For more information, and to watch a how-to video,
see our FAQs page.

Nominate A Teacher

How to Nominate a Teacher or Student

Watch the video below for an overview of the nomination process.

Download a Poster About the Nomination Process

Great students and teachers are worth celebrating! Dowload this informational poster today to hang in your faculty lounge or cafeteria, or to share with a coworker.

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About Partners in Education

The Partners in Education program began in 2007. The program is designed to acknowledge teachers and students K-12 who are working hard throughout our State. The Ohio Lottery’s Partners in Education program has gone paperless. Online nominations are now being accepted.

Supporting Education

One hundred percent of Ohio Lottery profits helps support K through 12, vocational and special education programs in Ohio.

Funding Education

The Ohio Lottery was established pursuant to the Ohio Constitution, Article XV, Section 6, which reads in pertinent part as follows: The General Assembly may authorize an agency of the state to conduct lotteries, to sell rights to participate therein, and to award prizes by chance to participants, provided that the entire net proceeds of any such lottery are paid into a fund of the state treasury that shall consist solely of such proceeds and shall be used solely for the support of elementary, secondary, vocational, and special education programs as determined in appropriations made by the General Assembly.

Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 3770.06 (B), the Director of Budget and Management certifies the transfers to the Lottery Profits for Education Fund.

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