Dublin City Schools scored mostly A's and B's on the 2012-13 report card.
The Ohio Department of Education released the state report cards Thursday, Aug. 22, with a new grading system in place that awards letter grades rather than the previous “Excellent” or “Continuous Improvement.”
Districts will not receive an overall letter grade until 2015, but grades were noted in out five different areas. Over the past several years, the Dublin City School District has received the highest rating of “Excellent with Distinction” on the state report card.
The district met all 24 state standards, earning an A there.
On Performance Index, which measures the achievement of every student enrolled for the entire school year, the district earn a B.
The district was given an A in the Value Added category, which measures how much progress students make over the course of a school year.