• What is ACCESS?

    ACCESS (Area Cooperative Computerized Educational Service System) is one of 17 Information Technology Centers (ITCs) licensed by the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce Development, formerly the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). ACCESS is a membership organization, wholly owned by its member districts and governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership. ACCESS serves 26 school districts in Columbiana and Mahoning County, two (2) educational service centers, nine (9) non-public schools, one (1) Special Education Regional Resource Centers and The Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County.

    Effective July 1, 2001, the Area Cooperative Computerized Educational Service System (ACCESS), a consortium of schools, reorganized pursuant to the provisions of Ohio Revised Code Chapter 167 as a regional council of governments known as ACCESS Council.

    How are we Governed?
    ACCESS is governed by the Assembly. Learn more here.

    Who makes the decisions?
    While the Assembly has overall governance for ACCESS, the Board of Directors is selected to oversee the day-to-day operational decisions proposed by the Executive Director. Learn more here.

    What is our Mission?
    To assist educational institutions in the implementation of an innovative learning environment through collaboration, application, and technical services while maintaining a cutting-edge network infrastructure.

    What are our Core Values?
    Continuous Improvement

Last Modified on March 9, 2024