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We look at Ohio’s struggle with setting graduation requirements, define the power of parental choice, refine the state’s report cards, and more
By Michael J. Petrilli and Brandon L. Wright
By Mike Petrilli
For more than a decade, Ohio’s annual school report cards have offered the public information on school quality. The current iteration of report cards has notable strengths: School ratings are grounded in hard data, they use an intuitive A-F rating system, and several of the metrics encourage...