Officials have released Ohio school and district ratings that have been delayed amid a statewide review of student-attendance data.
Columbus Schools was given a "Continuous Improvement" rating. The school district only met 4 of 26 state indicators, according to the report.
The attendance rate for the district was listed at 94.4 percent.
Results are still considered preliminary as Ohio Auditor Dave Yost investigates enrollment and attendance irregularities around the state. Ratings for districts like Columbus could improve or decline based on the outcome of the investigation.
“During the last few weeks, ODE employees have worked diligently to upload and verify remaining data for school improvement purposes,” said Michael L. Sawyers, Acting Superintendent of Public Instruction. “As we wait for additional information related to the investigation by the Auditor of State, ODE remains committed to sharing existing data so that students, parents, educators and the public can be informed about the progress of our schools.”
ODE officials said they will not publish the official Local Report Cards until the investigation by the Auditor is concluded.
More information on all Ohio school districts can be found at the ODE website.
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