Check your school’s progress on state report cards
Given the limited data available on the state report cards this year, it can be challenging to gauge how well a particular school or district is performing.
Ohio’s school districts received report cards without letter grades Tuesday, because COVID-19 forced them to shut doors and go online in March — disrupting testing that normally would have occurred in the spring.
This year’s state report cards provide information for each district’s graduation rate and how students are prepared for success because this information was available at the end of the last school year. Information for improving at-risk K-3 readers is partially available.
No letter grades were given for categories of achievement, progress and gap closing because the schools did not complete the required the testing for the 2019-2020 school year.
Check Wednesday’s Tribune Chronicle and tribtoday.com to see how your local school district measured up.