Ohio's K-12 District Report Card
A Deeper Dive into the Calculations - Get to Know Your Grade
Workshop Overview & Descripiton
The 2018 school and district report cards include several new calculations because of changes to state and federal law. The new elements include a chronic absenteeism indicator, an end of course improvement indicator and a new piece to the gap closing component that measures whether English Learners are making progress towards English proficiency.
This also is the first year that an overall summative grade was issued. Marianne Mottley, Director of the Report Card Project at the Ohio Department of Education, will offer attendees a “deep dive” presentation into the data, and business rules used in all the report card calculations focusing special attention on the elements that are new. Attendees will leave with a strong understanding of how the grades are determined. This is a FREE Event - Advance Registration is Required - See Below.
Essential Details for Your Records
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Indian Lake High School, 6210 OH-235, Lewistown, OH 43333
Room #: High School Auditorium
Contact Hours: 2
Cost: $0 (Free Event)
Target Audience: Superintendents, District Administrators, and other Leadership Team Members
About the Speaker: Marianne E. Mottley
Marianne Mottley began her career almost 30 years ago as a legislative aide in the Ohio Senate. During her 18 year tenure in the legislature, she served as legislative aide to three state senators, all of whom were policy leaders in the education arena.
12 years ago, Marianne transitioned to the Office of Accountability at the Ohio Department of Education, serving first as a policy aide, then as assistant director and then as director. During that time she worked on numerous changes to the report card including working to implement the version used today. A year ago she assumed a newly created position called “Director of the Report Card Project.”
In that role she not only directs the accountability policies and production of the report cards themselves and also directs a lot of the work that comes after the report cards are released such as helping the program offices with data used for school improvement or data for community school sponsor and operator evaluations.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION & REMINDERS
Monday, Nov. 19th, 1-3pm
6210 Ohio 235
Upon Arrival: Upon arrival please check-in at the high school's main office. Once you have checked in the office staff will direct you to high school auditorium for the workshop.
What time should I arrive at the training site? Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in at the office, find the room, and get settled.
What You Should Bring? Participants should bring note taking materials and writing utensils with them to the session.
Weather Contingency Policy: Participants should plan to arrive unless they receive a formal “CLOSURE / CANCELLATION” email from the Midwest Regional ESC on the morning of the event. Unless the County Sheriff closes the roads, we plan to move forward with the event.
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