2010-11 Ohio School Report Cards

Ohio gives public schools and districts one of six ratings based on standardized test performance, attendance and graduation rates, performance on the statistical “value-added” measure that shows how much students learn in a given year as well as whether they meet federal No Child Left Behind standards.

The ratings range from A+ (formally “Excellent With Distinction”) to F (“Academic Emergency”). In 2010-11, 53 percent of all Ohio traditional public schools, i.e., non-charter schools, received at least an A.

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Ohio School Report Cards: 2010-11

Source: Ohio Department of Education | About the Data | Download Data

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