On February 25, the Ohio School Report Cards for the 2014-15 school year were released.
This annual data is intended to show public school districts and their communities where they are succeeding, as well as areas where they need to improve. Certainly, the argument can be made that this year’s results may not be very meaningful in general given Ohio’s transition to the controversial PARCC assessments, the recent dropping of PARCC and other factors that cloud the state assessment picture.
Nevertheless, the data is one indicator of the overall progress of a school district. Chardon’s Performance Indicator score, the state’s main measure of how much kids know based on a composite of test results, was 100.7 (report card grade= B).
Additional information on Chardon Local Schools 2014-15 Report Card be found on the district’s homepage here.