Ohio School Report Cards give parents, caregivers, community members, educators and policymakers information about how schools and districts are performing — to celebrate successes and identify areas for improvement.
The information provides transparent reporting on student performance, drives local conversations on continuous improvement and identifies schools to receive intensive supports. The goal is to ensure high expectations and equitable outcomes for all Ohio’s students.
The state’s education community experienced unprecedented disruptions during the 2020-2021 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though a lot of data is available, the report cards will look a bit different this year. For the second year, schools and districts will not receive grades or ratings, and explanations for additional changes are noted in this guide.