2016 Ohio School Discipline Report Card

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Exclusion Grade Distribution

Grades were assigned based on exclusion score. Grades were assigned to encourage less overall exclusion rate, no preschool to 3rd grade exclusion and lower 9th grade exclusion. The average grade was 48. The median grade was 50. The maximum grade was 100. The minimum grade was 0. 126%. (128) school districts earned a A or B grade, 9% (109) school districts earned a C. and 64.2% (713) school districts earned a D or F. Ohio School Districts earned a failing grade in school discipline.

Exclusion Grade Distribution
2016 Ohio School Discipline Report
Number of 
Schools
Mean Median Minimum Maximum
1110 48.0 50.00 0.00 100.00

 

 Grade Distribution based on Exclusion Score
2016 Ohio School Discipline Report
Grade Score Frequency Percent
100 0   0.44 123 11.1%
90 0.45 to 2.44 54 4.9%
80 2.45 to 6.44 111 10.0%
70 6.45 to 11.44 109 9.8%
60 11.45 to 16.44 89 8.0%
50 16.45 to 22.44 98 8.8%
40 22.45 to 31.44 96 8.6%
30 31.45 to 53.44 95 8.6%
20 53.45 to 102.44 98 8.8%
10 102.45 to 202.44 72 6.5%
0 202.45 to 430 25 2.3%
0 Missing Data 140 12.6%
  1110  

 


 

Grade
Equivalent
Number of
Districts
Percent of 
Districts
A 117 16%
B 111 10%
C 109 9.8%
D 89 8.0%
F 624 56.2%

 

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