2016 Ohio School Discipline Report Card

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Introduction

Article Index


            Percent of Students in Poverty


            Half the public school districts had over 38.8% of students in poverty. Ottawa Hills Local8had no Students in Poverty. While Cleveland Municipal9had 100% of students in poverty. Type 8 public schools (Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population) had the highest median percent of students in poverty (83.28%). Type 6 public school districts (Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population) had the lowest median percent of students in poverty (10.98%). Four school districts did not report information on Percent of Students in Poverty. 10


Percent of Students in Poverty

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Number

Median

Mean

Minimum

Maximum

STATE

608

38.77

39.16

0.00

100.00

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

123

46.37

46.90

18.70

78.40

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

107

36.68

36.34

5.60

81.50

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

111

29.02

29.83

0.60

53.20

Type 4: Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

89

51.52

50.53

0.70

81.60

Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

77

26.17

28.02

3.50

61.30

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

46

10.98

11.97

0.00

31.60

Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

47

64.74

62.95

35.00

88.50

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

8

83.28

84.74

69.70

100.00




Top 10 Public School Districts

with LOWEST Percent of Student Poverty

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Student Poverty

Typology

1

Ottawa Hills Local

0.0

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

2

Manchester Local

0.6

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

3

Fairport Harbor Exempted Village

0.7

Type 4: Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

4

Upper Arlington City

1.4

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

5

Granville Exempted Village

3.4

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

6

Chagrin Falls Exempted Village

3.5

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

7

Kirtland Local

3.5

Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population

8

Oakwood City

4.3

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

9

Hudson City

4.7

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

10

Indian Hill Exempted Village

5.1

Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population


Top 10 Public School Districts
with HIGHEST Percent of Student Poverty

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Student Poverty

Typology

599

New Boston Local

81.6

Type 4: Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

600

Columbus City

81.9

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

601

Trotwood-Madison City

81.9

Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

602

Mansfield City

84.1

Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

603

Lorain City

84.5

Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

604

Akron City

84.7

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

605

East Cleveland City

88.5

Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

606

Youngstown City

91.9

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

607

Dayton City

92.5

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

608

Cleveland Municipal City

100.0

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population



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