Education, Ohio, Public Schools, Schools

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A little bit of information.
The inequality of education in Ohio.
A superintendent from SE Ohio compiled this.

An analysis using Ohio Department of Education Report Card, Ohio Facilities Construction Commission’s Valuation Rankings, and the Ohio Department of Education Typology finds the following:

Not one district with MORE than 18% poverty received an “A” on Indicators Met.

524 districts have more than 18% poverty.

83% of schools have more than 18% poverty.

Only two districts received an “A” on Performance Index Score.

One has 0% poverty and the other has 9% poverty.

One is ranked in the top 16% while the other is in the top 10% for property value.

None of the 100 poorest schools, by property valuation, received above a “D” or an “F” in Indicators Met.

No Rural High Poverty Districts received anything higher than a “D” on Indicators Met.

3% of Rural Districts received an “A” or “B” in Indicators Met.

No Small Town High Poverty Districts received anything higher than a “D” on indicators Met.

4% of Small Town Districts received a “B” on Indicators Met, there were no “A.”

All but one “A” for Indicators Met was received by a Suburban District.

There are No High Poverty or Medium Poverty Districts with the Suburban District typology.

All but one Urban District received an “F” on Indicators Met. One received a “D.

Also, click here: to view a PowerPoint for graphic illustrations demonstrating the same.

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