Dayton schools get F on report card; test scores rank last in Ohio

Dayton schools get F on report card; test scores rank last in Ohio

Ohio school report cards: 14 Cincinnati city schools receive failing grades

The Ohio Department of Education released report cards for school districts in September 2018. Districts get letter grades on key components of their performance, based on detailed data within each of those categories.

• Last year’s grades: How did your school perform on the 2016-17 state report card?

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TOLEDO (WTVG) – The Ohio Department of Education has given Toledo Public Schools an F when it comes to overall performance. The state released its report cards for all districts Thursday. The grades are based on six components: achievement, progress, gap closing, improving at-risk K-3 readers, graduation rate and prepared for success. The highest grade TPS earned in any category is a D.

Ottawa Hills received an A grade in every category. The district did not receive a grade for the “improving at-risk K-3 readers” because there are not enough students to evaluate that aspect. Perrysburg earned an overall A, though the state gave the district a C on how well the schools prepare students for future opportunities.

Here is a look at overall grades from other local districts: Anthony Wayne: B Bowling Green: B Findlay: C Fremont: D Maumee: B Oregon: C Rossford: C Springfield: C Sylvania: B Washington Local: C

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