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Report card data for Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana schools

Published: Tue, August 25, 2009 @ 10:50 a.m.

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Education this morning released 2008-09 report card data for Ohio school districts.

School districts, their ratings and the number of performance indicators out of 30 that they met:


Austintown: Effective, 23.

Boardman: Excellent, 26.

Campbell: Excellent, 19.

Canfield: Excellent with Distinction, 29.

Jackson-Milton: Effective, 23.

Lowellville: Excellent, 29.

Poland: Excellent, 28.

Sebring: Effective, 21.

South Range: Excellent, 28.

Springfield: Excellent with Distinction, 26.

Struthers: Excellent, 25.

West Branch: Excellent, 27.

Western Reserve: Excellent, 27.

Youngstown City: Academic emergency, 2.


Bloomfield-Mesopotamia: Excellent, 25.

Bristol: Effective, 26.

Brookfield: Continuous Improvement, 18.

Champion: Excellent with Distinction, 30.

Girard City, Effective, 29.

Howland: Excellent with Distinction, 29.

Hubbard: Excellent, 24.

Joseph Badger: Effective, 21.

LaBrae: Effective, 27.

Lakeview: Excellent, 28.

Liberty: Effective, 21.

Lordstown: Effective, 27.

Maplewood: Excellent, 28.

Mathews: Effective, 25.

McDonald: Effective, 25.

Newton Falls: Effective, 18.

Niles City: Effective, 21.

Southington: Effective 23.

Warren City: Academic Watch, 3.

Weathersfield: Effective, 25.


Beaver: Effective, 22.

Columbiana: Excellent, 28.

Crestview: Effective, 24.

East Liverpool City: Continuous Improvement, 8.

East Palestine City: Effective, 21.

Leetonia: Effective, 23.

Lisbon: Continuous Improvement, 16.

Salem City: Effective, 21.

Southern: Continuous Improvement, 15.

United: Excellent, 26.

Wellsville: Continuous Improvement, 15.


1tll3023(35 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

Youngstown Schools Should all be closed that is just totally wrong a 2. All the kids should be tested and sent to schools according to thier test scores. Alot of it has to do with the parents too, they don't care what their kids are doing or learning. They just want them out of their hair. If the scores are so low, why aren't kids flunking or being held back?? Don't the teachers care either?

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2TheLostPatrol(756 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

A quote this morning from another Newspaper in Ohio:

"Youngstown was the only district in Academic Emergency (the equivalent of an F.) Ohio hasn't had a district rank that low since 2005.

Cleveland remains in Academic Watch (the equivalent of a D,) though CEO Eugene Sanders has said many schools are showing improvement."

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