Ohio School Report Cards Data Spreadsheets
Ohio’s ordered school-building closure and subsequent emergency legislation (House Bill 197 of the 133rd General Assembly) have had substantial impacts on the state’s accountability system and Ohio School Report Cards for the 2019-2020 school year.Therefore, updated spreadsheets reporting the letter grades or ratings are not available for the 2019-2020 school year. Available data can be found in the Download File section of the report card.
The spreadsheets below contain all district, school, community school, schools operating dropout prevention and recovery programs, career-technical planning district and third grade reading guarantee grades from the 2018-2019 school year.
All Districts | Public Schools | Community Schools | Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools | Career Technical Schools | Third Grade Reading Guarantee
Find Your District’s or School’s Report Card
Information on School and District Performance Management Data
General Report Card Information
Why are there Ohio School Report Cards?
Ohio School Report Cards give your community a clear picture of the progress of your district and schools in raising achievement and preparing students for the future. They also include a performance management section users can access by clicking the “Financial Data” button at the top of each report card. The information measures district and school performance in the areas most critical to success in learning, as well as information on academic and financial performance metrics. Ohio School Report Cards data shows educators, school administrators and families where their schools are succeeding as well as areas where they need to improve.
Report Card Components
Districts and schools report information for the Ohio School Report Cards on specific measures within six broader components. The components are Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, Improving At-Risk K-3 Readers, Graduation Rate and Prepared for Success. Districts and schools earn letter grades on each of the six components, most of the individual measures and an overall summative rating. This helps give Ohio parents and schools a snapshot of the quality of education they are providing to students. The 2019-2020 report cards will have no grades or ratings and limited data due to the coronavirus pandemic and ordered school-building closures.
Career Technical Planning District Report Cards
The Career-Technical Planning District Report Cards include specific marks of performance, called measures, within broad categories called components. They receive grades for up to six measures and four components. The 2019-2020 report cards will have no grades or ratings and limited data due to the coronavirus pandemic and ordered school-building closures.
Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools
Community schools that serve a majority of their students through dropout prevention and recovery programs receive the dropout prevention and recovery report card. Rather than A-F grades, these schools receive one of the following ratings for report card measures – Exceeds Standards, Meets Standards, or Does Not Meet Standards.
Rewards and Recognition
Ohio recognizes schools for maintaining high academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged circumstances that can make learning difficult.