Ohio Dept. of Education releases star rating school report
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - For the first time, the Ohio Dept. of Education issued its school assessment through a star ranking system.
School districts, as well as individual school buildings, are issued grades on achievement, progress, gap closing, early literacy and graduation.
Toledo Public Schools received a 2.5-star rating, along with 45 other districts in the state. That puts the school system in the bottom 10% of districts state-wide, meaning it needs support to meet state standards.
Scott, Rogers, Start and Woodward high schools all received a 2-star rating on the building level. Waite and Bowsher earned 2.5-star ratings. Those designations mean that the schools need support to meet state standards.
Among other districts, Ottawa Hills, Perrysburg and Sylvania received a 5-star rating. Anthony Wayne and Findlay earned 4.5 ratings. Springfield, Maumee and Bowling Green received a 4-star rating. Napoleon, Defiance and Fremont had a 3.5-star rating. Washington Local received a 2.5-star rating.
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