Springboro Schools Comparative Evaluation2011- 2012 ODE Standardized Testing Data
What data is presented?• The source data is taken from The Ohio Department of Education Website. The test data comes from preliminary district, traditional school, community school, and STEM school results on Ohio’s 2011-2012 state tests.• The source data used can be found on the Ohio Department of Education website - http://education.ohio.gov/GD/Templates/Pages/ ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?page=3&TopicRelationID=1&ContentID=131230• The data is based on standardized tests used to measure performance of districts relative to state standards and other schools in the state.• This presentation takes a subset of that data, comparing Springboro schools to the leading public school in the region, Ohio public schools overall, Ohio Charter Schools that do not serve low income populations, and Ohio Charter Schools overall.
Springboro compared to:• Oakwood: The top ranked district in the region, and widely recognized as a high performing public school district. Oakwood is signiﬁcantly smaller than Springboro, but similar in average household income. This offers a benchmark against a top performing district.• Ohio Public School Average: The mean average of all Ohio Public School Districts. This offers a comparison of how Springboro performs relative to all public districts.• OH Charter LP: This is the average of test results gathered on Ohio charter schools that speciﬁcally have low rates of poverty, meaning that they are not designed to serve poor areas. Many charter schools serve challenged areas, and this subset provides a metric for the performance of charter schools that are focused on areas where poverty is not a major factor.• Ohio Charter: This is the mean average of data collected from all charter schools in the State of Ohio.