Posted Monday, August 26, 2013
Report cards for Ohio’s schools were released last Thursday and no one got straight A's. That's no surprise, for months now the Ohio Department of Education has been tempering expectations. No one is getting an overall grade, but officials say even subcategory grades are bound to drop for many – if not most – Ohio schools. So how should parents interpret these results? Find out Monday morning.
Tom Gunlock, Vice-President of the State Board of Education
Bill Zelei, Executive Director of the Ohio Schools Council
Jennifer Smith Richards, Education Reporter at the Columbus Dispatch
Adrienne C. James, Superintendent of Sycamore Schools
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