I don’t really know – I can only gauge how my district’s schools are doing according to…me. But here are three new sets of data just out:
(hattip to Buckeye Battle Cry)
|163||Chagrin Falls||Chagrin Falls|
|449||Shaker Heights||Shaker Heights|
|724||Upper Arlington||Upper Arlington|
|754||Ottawa Hills||Ottawa Hills|
3. Euclid High School’s graduation rates top in country – I’m particularly excited to hear about this recognition because the graduation year noted in the Plain Dealer article is 2006, the end of the second year of small schools reform implementation. I spent hundreds of hours following the students, parents, teachers, administrators, community stakeholders and reformers from 2004-2006 at that school. I’d love to hear follow-up from them about whether they think that effort is responsible for the results.
You can read the Diplomas Count 2009 article that includes the Euclid mention here.
You can read, browse and consider all the Diplomas Count 2009 data and narrative here.
By Jill Miller Zimon at 10:10 pm June 9th, 2009 in Politics