2008-09 Ohio Report Card Analysis
Filed under: Ohio Policy
Each year the Thomas B. Fordham Institute conducts an analysis of urban school performance in Ohio. We found that in 2008-09, 54 percent of charter students in Ohio Big 8 cities were in a school rated D or F, while 50 percent of traditional district students attended such a school. In Cleveland and Dayton, however, charter students outperformed their district peers in both reading and math proficiency.
In partnership with Public Impact, we analyzed the 2008-09 academic performance data for charter and district schools in Ohio's eight largest urban cities.