2011-12 school performance analyses for Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton
On October 17, the State Board of Education authorized the Ohio Department of Education to release additional data components of a local school districts’ Report Card, in spreadsheet format. Until the Auditor of State completes his investigation of districts and buildings that are suspected of tampering student attendance records, the data remain “preliminary.” ODE therefore has not yet published an official Report Card for any district in its usual PDF format.
Despite the continuing cloud of suspicion over a few schools’ academic data, we believe that the preliminary data is sufficiently reliable to analyze district and charter school performance in Cleveland and Columbus (Ohio’s largest cities) and Dayton (Fordham’s hometown).
Check out our reports, which answer the following questions (among others):
- How do charter schools, as a group, perform compared to traditional public schools?
- Has the performance of charter and district schools improved over time?
- How many students attend high-performing schools versus failing schools?
- How far will the pass rate on standardized tests fall when Ohio moves to the Common Core?
- How did your local school building perform in 2011-12?
Category: Standards, Testing, & Accountability
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