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by Sep 21, 2022Local News

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – For students, school has only been back in session for a few weeks.

But for Ohio schools, report cards were posted Thursday morning, with a different system used for ranking K-12 educational institutions than in previous years. Rather than grading districts and schools overall on an A-to-F scale, last used in 2019, the Ohio Department of Education skipped overall school ratings. Grade letters were skipped the last two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a state law passed in 2021 overhauled the school accountability system.

The 2021-2022 report instead includes star-based scores – on a scale of one to five – for districts and schools in five categories. A three-star rating meets state standards, a five significantly exceeds them, and a one “needs significant support to meet state standards.”

To see ratings by individual districts, use the link below:


The components include: achievement, which considers testing performance; progress, or student growth based on previous performance; gap closing, which looks at reducing educational gaps among subgroups of students; graduation and early literacy.

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