From the daily archives: Friday, September 30, 2016

The state of Ohio released school report cards earlier this month, and they should be treated with the seriousness of a thumbed-nose farting noise in a Monty Python sketch.

Across the state this year, district grades are down as new tests have set benchmarks higher for students than in years past.

The state’s A-F system for grading public schools began in 2013 and replaced the old system that ranked districts from “excellent” to “continuing improvement” to “academic emergency.”

While an “overall district grade” will not be in place until 2018, each school and district did receive six separate A-F grades, […]

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