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Among the 126 Columbus City Schools rated on the 2007 state report card: . 19% were A or B 49% were C 32% were D or F. Among 35 Franklin County Public Charter Schools rated in 2007: . 17% were A or B 40% were C 43% were D or F.

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among the 126 columbus city schools rated on the 2007 state report card
Among the 126 Columbus City Schools rated on the 2007 state report card:
  • 19% were A or B
  • 49% were C
  • 32% were D or F
among 35 franklin county public charter schools rated in 2007
Among 35 Franklin County Public Charter Schools rated in 2007:
  • 17% were A or B
  • 40% were C
  • 43% were D or F
creating a portfolio of high performing schools what columbus is already doing
Creating a Portfolio of High-Performing Schools What Columbus is Already Doing

Columbus Metropolitan Club

May 7, 2008

trend columbus schools 2003 to 2007 fewer students but greater needs
TREND Columbus Schools 2003 to 2007:Fewer Students but Greater Needs
  • Enrollment fell 15%: 63,000 to 54,000
  • Low-income: 65% to 73%
  • Limited English: 6% to 8%
  • Special needs: 14% to 16%
trend progress despite greater needs
TRENDProgress Despite Greater Needs
  • Met state standard for academic growth (value-added): 90% of elementary, 54% of middle schools
  • Graduation rate rose: 56% to 73%
trend most columbus parents exercise choice
TRENDMost Columbus Parents Exercise Choice

Public school choices include:

  • Neighborhood school
  • District school of choice
  • Public tuition-free charter school
  • County-wide public school
innovative schools in columbus
Innovative Schools in Columbus

Columbus Alternative High School

Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High School

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The Charles School/ Ohio Dominican University

Academic Acceleration Academy

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The Metro High School

columbus alternative high school
Columbus Alternative High School
  • US News & World Report: One of nation’s best
  • State report card rating: ‘A’ past 5 years
  • Low-income: 65%
  • Minority: 69%
  • 30 years old
fort hayes arts and academic high school
Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High School
  • US News & World Report: One of nation’s best
  • State report card rating: ‘B’ past 5 years
  • Low-income: 73%
  • Minority: 74%
what is a public charter school
What is a public charter school?
  • A new kind of tuition-free public school
  • Designed to address specific student needs
  • Enrollment: 1.1 million US students, 82,000 Ohioans
  • More freedom in exchange for meeting academic goals set in school’s charter
kidsohio poll why parents choose charter schools
KidsOhio Poll: Why Parents Choose Charter Schools
  • Safer schools
  • More individual attention
  • Met academic needs
  • Better communication
the charles school ohio dominican university
The Charles School/Ohio Dominican University
  • Public charter school: 80 ninth graders in 2007
  • Students earn high school diploma and up to 2 years of college credits in 5 years, tuition free
  • Columbus City Schools leases building: can include state test scores in the district total
academic acceleration academy district run charter school
Academic Acceleration Academy:District-run charter school
  • Serves students who left school early
  • Graduates: Expect 40 in 2008, up from 9 in first year
  • 90% Low-income
  • 86% Minority
the metro high school science technology engineering and math
The Metro High School:Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
  • Partners: Battelle, OSU, 16 public school districts
  • Interview applicants to determine commitment level
  • Began with 100 ninth graders in 2006: Adds one grade per year