Wednesday, March 01, 2000

Criteria for School District Report Card




        Here are the 27 criteria included in the Ohio 2000 School District Report Card:

        • 93 percent attendance rate.

        • 90 percent graduation rate.

        • At least 75 percent of fourth-graders achieving state requirements on the following skills assessment tests: Math, Science, Citizenship, Reading, Writing.

        • At least 75 percent of sixth-graders achieving state requirements on the following skills assessment tests: Math, Science, Citizenship, Reading, Writing.

        • At least 75 percent of eighth-graders achieving state requirements on the citizenship skills assessment test.

        • At least 75 percent of ninth-graders achieving state requirements on the following skills assessment tests: Math, Science, Reading, Writing.

        • At least 85 percent of ninth-graders achieving state requirements on the citizenship skills assessment test.

        • At least 85 percent of 10th-graders achieving state requirements on the following skills assessment tests: Math, Science, Reading, Writing.

        • At least 60 percent of 10th-graders achieving state requirements on the citizenship skills assessment test.

        • At least 60 percent of 12th-graders achieving state requirements on the following skills assessment tests: Math, Reading, Writing, Science.

       



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