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    Posted: Oct 23 2017 at 11:45am
 
QUALITY PROFILE AND STATE REPORT CARD - Dr. Cagwin said that the State Report Card is out and

The Profile gives a more comprehensive picture of the school. He said Mrs. Jody Long, Director of
 Curriculum is going to share both tonight. Mrs. Long said the District’s goal was to increase the scores
 for our sub groups in reading and math. She said that while they didn’t meet this goal, it was only
 missed by a small percentage. Our second goal was to be within the top three in Butler County and
 she said we did meet that. On October 11, the DCLC Team will be working on new goals.

She showed the link to the District’s Quality Profile. She explained how it shows the kind of subgroups
we have. She said next year we will get an overall grade on the Report Card.

She said they made progress in the Performance Index. We rank third. We were second in the County
for Gap Closing. We were number one in K-3 Literacy and number two in Prepared for Success. Our
Graduation measure went up. We are number two in four year graduation rate and five in five year
graduation rate. We increased our score in Value Added.

Mr. Guido said we have seen an F score across the State and asked why. Mrs. Long said one reason is
the OGT was eliminated. She also said they raised the indicators to 80%. She said you always have that
learning curve with new tests. Dr. Cagwin said out of the 612 school districts, 494 schools in the State
received an F. Many others were D’s. Mr. Guido said we were third in the County with an F. Dr. Cagwin
said that the legislators are requiring one composite grade next year. Mrs. Long said the 80% standard
will stay but they will be requiring all the subgroups to participate in the same testing as students not
in subgroups.
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Something is wrong here:

"Dr. Cagwin said out of the 612 school districts, 494 schools in the State received an F."


Why would the Ohio Department of Education do this? Doesn't it falsely paint a failing picture even on schools that are doing quite well? How is this helping our schools? I just don't see it.

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Because that gives them another bullet for the levy gun-"We need additional funding to improve our state grade!!" Which, as proven by Middletown, doesn't work-but they're counting on John Q. Public not knowing that
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Originally posted by ClarkWestern1 ClarkWestern1 wrote:

Because that gives them another bullet for the levy gun-"We need additional funding to improve our state grade!!" Which, as proven by Middletown, doesn't work-but they're counting on John Q. Public not knowing that

Here is Middletown's Report Card


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   Lakota Local School District Report Card looks like Monroe's.
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Liberty Township: Population 37,259 / Average income $101,563 Average home cost (property tax for schools) $265,000
Mason: Population 31,654 / Average income $86,994 average home cost $275,000                          
Monroe: Population 13,666 / Average income $71,588 average home cost $177,100
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