In the first year of the new grading system of Ohio school
districts, the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District did well.
Very well, actually.
In total, the district received six A’s; two B’s; and a C.
See the breakdown below.
If the new report cards look dramatically different than what people are used to, there’s a reason for that: They are.
This year, the state changed the way it measures and rates the performance of schools and districts.
The 2012-2013 school and district Report Cards will grade schools and districts on a mix of new and previously used components with an A-F letter-grade —rather than the old “Excellent with Distinction,” “Effective” and so on.
While the district did well overall, the new accountability system does point out areas that Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District needs to improve.
Standards Met: A
Performance Index: A
Overall Value-Added: A
Gifted Value-Added: A
Disabled Value-Added: B
Lowest 20% Value-Added: C
Annual Measurable Objectives: B
4-year Graduation Rate: A
5-year Graduation Rate: A