“It’s the lowest grade they allow me to give.”
Local superintendents say the state report card doesn’t reflect district improvements from one year to the next.
“I want our (school) board to know our teachers are committed to improving,” Superintendent George Fisk says.
Local school chiefs not entirely pleased with the mixed results.
Education advocate sees “huge improvement from last year in testing.”
Norwalk, Edison superintendents discuss districts’ grades
State Rep. Terry Boose (R-Norwalk Township) said Friday local school officials shouldn’t panic after receiving state report cards Thursday.
Ohio releases school report card data Thursday.