Report cards released for Ohio schools
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Ohio released its assessment of schools throughout the state Thursday.
Ohio School Report Cards aim to give communities a clear picture of the progress their district and schools have made toward raising achievement and preparing students for the future.
The information measures district and school performance in areas most critical to success in learning, and provide information about finances and expenditures, opportunities to learn and technology, and educators and staffing.
Instead of using letter grades to assess each school’s performance, the state will now use stars. A 5-star school will have earned 90% or more of its max score. A 4-star between 80% and 90%, and on down to 1-star schools, which score below 50%.
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