Ohio is changing the way it measures and rates the performance of schools and districts. The 2012-2013 school and district report cards will grade schools and districts on a mix of new and previously used items with an A-F letter-grade system.

School Report Cards are now in an on-line, interactive format. Go to: Ohio New Report Cards to view them. You will find the new format provides considerably more graphic information that the pdf version.

Measure Up has served as an alternate way to view report card data. With the change in format this role is no longer necessary. Thanks to all of the MU users who have contributed to the development of this tool.

Robert Reece
CSNP

(Begin typing the name of the desired LEA and choose from the list of options that result. Each LEA includes the city name to help in choosing a record.)

2011-2012 Data

The Ohio Department of Education has released the 2011-12 testing data on 2/27. That information been added to Measure Up. PI Levels Data and AYP Subgroup details are not available at this time

Data source files can be found at ODE 2011 Download Data

Additional information about the content of Ohio's Local Report Cards can be found at ODE's Accountability Local Report Card FAQ

Questions or Comments:
Contact Robert Reece (614) 292-1886

Measure Up...

How does your school Measure Up? presents visual displays and explanations of data included in the Local Report Cards for districts, school buildings and community schools in Ohio.

Measure Up assists in delivering key messages about the performance of a district, school and community schools.

Critical questions are included to guide the analysis of data. To begin, enter the first few letters of the district, school or community school that you want to view in the dialog box above, and choose the name from the list.

Measure Up does not provide answers. Using it should result in questions, and the answers to these questions can lead a user to develop a plan for improving student performance. To develop a comprehensive plan for improvement it is important first to look at the big picture. Look for patterns that emerge in student groups, subjects, grades, subgroups, buildings.

Once a pattern is observed questions about the conditions that surround it may result in a need for information that is not available from this tool. Links on this page are a starting point for that search.

 

Interactive Graphics

Data is displayed using interactive graphics that can be zoomed to enlarge key areas, and charts with several data sets can be simplified by removing selected data displays.

Charts can be sent directly to a printer or saved to a choice of graphic formats for use in other programs.

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