State Percentages for 2017 Ohio School Report Card

Percentages for the 2017 Ohio School Report Card

OST = Ohio State Test

Exam

Indicator Met %

Test

Grade 3 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 3 math 80% OST
Grade 4 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 4 math 80% OST
Grade 4 social studies 80% OST
Grade 5 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 5 math 80% OST
Grade 5 science 80% OST
Grade 6 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 6 math 80% OST
Grade 6 social studies 80% OST
Grade 7 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 7 math 80% OST
Grade 8 English language arts 80% OST
Grade 8 math 80% OST
Grade 8 science 80% OST
Algebra I 80% OST
American history 80% OST
American government 80% OST
Biology 80% OST
English I 80% OST
English II 80% OST
Geometry 80% OST
Integrated math I 80% OST
Integrated math II 80% OST
Physical science 80% OST
Gifted PI Score* 117 or higher OST
Gifted Value-Added* Grade of "C" or higher OST
Input Points* 80 or more  

*The three elements of the gifted indicator are combined to get one rating of “met” or “not met”

The department will publish the 2017 Ohio School Report Card in September 2017

There will be a total of 10 A-F measure grades for 2016-2017. Six components also will be graded in 2016-2017.  The 10 measures and six components that will receive grades include:

Components

Measures – 10 A-F grades

Achievement Performance Index
Indicators Met
Gap Closing Annual Measurable Objectives
Progress Overall
Gifted
Lowest 20% in Achievement
Students with Disabilities
Graduation Rate Four-year Graduation Rate
Five-year Graduation Rate
K-3 Literacy K-3 Literacy Improvement
Prepared for Success Measure is Report only, no A-F grades

 

Here is the A-F grade scale for the Indicators Met measure.

Grade

Percent achieving the Indicators Met measure

A 90-100%
B 80-89.9%
C 70-79.9%
D 50-69.9%
F 0-49.9%


How does this impact my district or school?

Recent changes in Ohio school law extend the time districts and schools have before they are accountable for all measures on the Ohio School Report Card. There will not be an overall grade for a district or school until 2018.

A state provision called safe harbor gives schools, teachers and students more time to adjust to the new state tests. In most cases, there no longer will be consequences tied to the results of the state tests given in the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years. Additionally, teachers and principals will not use value-added ratings from state tests for the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school years as part of their evaluations or when making decisions regarding dismissal, retention, tenure or compensation unless they choose to use the data.

Last Modified: 7/25/2017 9:58:06 AM