Allison Rose Act

The “Allison Rose Act,” also known as House Bill 231, encourages school districts, community and STEM schools to create food allergy training for staff members and students. Food Allergy Training of staff completed shall qualify as a professional development activity for the renewal of educator licenses. In addition, it helps individuals identify and respond to someone experiencing an allergic reaction. The bill also requires the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) to compile an annual list of organizations who offer free epinephrine auto-injectors to qualifying school districts.