Resources and Technical Documents
Resources on how to read and use the report cards, as well as technical documentation on how the calculations work, for the following report card types:
In 2021-2022, many of the measures and ratings are new for the traditional district and school report cards. For information on the new report cards, an overview presentation is available for review. For more information on the new system compared to the previous report cards, an accountability system crosswalk is available for review.
In order to calculate a report card for each school, district and Career Technical Planning District, several accountability rules must apply. For these detailed rules, the “Where Kids Count” document helps to walk through when and where a student will count in a calculation on the report cards.
Report Card Disclaimers and Release Notes are available on a rolling basis.
Traditional School and District Report Cards
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, Early Literacy, Graduation, and College, Career, Workforce and Military (CCWM) Readiness. Districts and schools earn a star rating on the components and an overall star rating. This helps give Ohio parents and schools a snapshot of the quality of education they are providing to students. For more information, overview and detailed documents are available at the links below.
- Achievement Component
- Progress Component
- Gap Closing Component
- Early Literacy Component
- Graduation Component
- College, Career, Workforce and Military Readiness Component
- Overall and Component Ratings
- Additional Data and Information
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Career Technical Planning District Report Card
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 Career-Technical Planning District Report Cards also include federal reporting required by the federal Perkins V law. The complete technical document
for the CTPD Report Card walks through each component and calculation.
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Dropout Prevention and Recovery Report Cards
Community schools that serve a majority of their students through dropout prevention and recovery programs receive the dropout prevention and recovery report card. The dropout prevention and recovery report card has four components and uses three ratings for each measure – Exceeds Standards, Meets Standards, or Does Not Meet Standards. The complete technical document for the Dropout Prevention and Recovery Report Card
walks through each component and calculation.
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