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We dig into Ohio's school report cards from several angles, talk about the future of urban education, look at the new "make or break" emphasis in ninth grade, and more.
The Buckeye State is at the cusp of an era of new emphasis in K-12 education - the college-and-career-ready era. We look at Ohio's report cards in this new light.
More students fail ninth than any other in high school, and a disproportionate number of students who are held back in ninth grade subsequently drop out.
Columbus City Schools faces the reality of Ohio's "parent trigger" law for the first time.
A new Education Next study has implications for Ohio's OTES teacher evaluation protocols.
Andy Smarick came to Columbus to talk about options for urban education in the future...starting now.
Much analysis of Ohio's school report cards has already taken place in the mainstream media.