Saturday, September 04, 1999

SCHOOL STANDARDS RATINGS




        The Ohio Department of Education released preliminary data Friday on how school districts performed in 1998-99 on 27 academic standards, including proficiency test scores, attendance rates and graduation rates.

        • E means Effective (at least 26 of 27 standards met)

        • CI means Continuous Improvement (14-25 met)

        • AW means Academic Watch (9-13 met)

        • AE means Academic Emergency (8 or fewer met).

BUTLER CO. Standards met Rating
Edgewood17CI
Fairfield City18CI
Hamilton City9AW
Lakota Local21CI
Madison15CI
Middletown7AE
New Miami4AE
Ross Local19CI
Talawanda14CI
CLERMONT CO. Standards met Rating
Batavia Local19CI
Bethel-Tate16CI
Clermont-NE11AW
Felicity-Franklin5AE
Goshen Local8AE
Milford20CI
New Richmond9AW
W. Clermont14CI
Williamsburg11AW
HAMILTON CO. Standards met Rating
Cincinnati 5 AE
Deer Park 16 CI
Finneytown 18 CI
Forest Hills 27 E
Indian Hill 27 E
Lockland 3 AE
Loveland 23 CI
Madeira 27 E
Mariemont 27 E
Mt. Healthy 8 AE
N. College Hill 10 AW
Northwest 16 CI
Norwood 11 AW
Oak Hills 19 CI
Princeton 6 AE*
Reading 17 CI
Southwest 16 CI
St. Bernard-Elm. Place 10 AW
Sycamore 25 CI
Three Rivers 20 CI
Winton Woods 10 AW
Wyoming City 27 E
WARREN CO. Standards met Rating
Carlisle Local12AW
Franklin City10AW
Kings Local21CI
Lebanon City16CI
Little Miami17CI
Mason City26E
Springboro22CI
Wayne Local18CI
*Did not report 20 of the standards.

Source: Ohio Department of Education

       



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