2016 Ohio School Discipline Report Card

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Introduction

Article Index

The 2016 Ohio School Discipline report is based on data reported to Ohio Department of Education. That data is for 2014 - 2015 and is the most recent data available as of June, 2016. 1



Organizational Type


Ohio has five types of schools: Public School Districts, Community (Charter) Schools, Educational Services Centers, Vocational Centers and Private Schools. This report contains information on 1110 school organizations. Of that 1110, 55.3% (614) are public school districts and 35.0 % (389) are Community (Charter) Schools. No information about private schools was available. 2

 

Organization Types
2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

 

Frequency Percent
Public School District 614 55.3
Community (Charter) School 389 35.0
Educational Service Center 56 5.0
Joint Vocational School District 49 4.4
State Level Organization 2 .2
Total 1110 100.0
 
 
 


Ohio Public School District Typology


Ohio further classifies its public school district (614 schools) based on a typology that was developed in 2013. This typology considers the following factors;

           •          location (rural, small town, suburan or urban),

           •          student population size (very small, small, average, large, very large)

           •          percent of student in poverty (very high, high, average, low)


For 2014,  20% (123) were Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population. By contrast,  .7% (8) were urban, very high student poverty and very large student population. Six public school districts did not report the typology3.

 
 Ohio Public School District Typology Frequency Percent Valid Percent
Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population 123 11.1 20
Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population 107 9.6 17.4
Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population 111 10 18.1
Type 4: Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size 89 8 14.5
Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size 77 6.9 12.5
Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population 46 4.1 7.5
Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population 47 4.2 7.7
Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population 8 0.7 1.3
Public School Districts (Missing Information) 6 0.5 1
Public School Districts (Total) 614 55.3 100
Non-Public School Districts 496 44.7
1110 100
 
 

Student Enrollment (Public School District)


           Of 610 public school districts with reported information, half had enrollment over 1738. Put-In-Bay Local had the lowest enrollment (71 Students) and Columbus City School District had the highest enrollment (49616 Students). Type 2 Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population) had the lowest median enrollment (978). While Type 8 (Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population) had the highest median enrollment (22440). Three public school districts did not report enrollment. 4

 
Typology of Public School District Enrollment 
N % of Total N Mean Median Minimum Maximum
Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population 123 20.20% 1375.64 1160.11 297 4010
Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population 107 17.50% 1032.44 978.21 247 2314
Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population 111 18.20% 1676.04 1528.62 549 3968
Type 4: Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size 89 14.60% 2229.57 2084.19 419 5966
Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size 77 12.60% 4175.88 3978.72 889 9608
Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population 46 7.50% 5253.67 3927.77 718 17409
Type 7: Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population 47 7.70% 4467.59 3726.4 632 19336
Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population 8 1.30% 24964.9 22440 6088 49616
Missing Information 2 0.30% 79.5 79.5 71 88
Total 610 100.00% 2683.95 1737.86 71 49616
 
 
 
 


Top 10 Public School Districts with LOWEST Enrollment
2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

 

Ranking

District Name

Enrollment

Typology

1

Put-In-Bay Local

71

No information

2

College Corner Local

88

No information

3

Vanlue Local

247

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

4

Bloomfield-Mespo Local

297

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

5

Jennings Local

381

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

6

New Riegel Local

387

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

7

Jefferson Township Local

419

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

8

Stryker Local

432

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

9

New Boston Local

437

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

10

New Knoxville Local

445

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

 

 

10 Public School Districts

with HIGHEST Enrollment

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Enrollment

Typology

601

Dayton City

14,174

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

602

Hilliard City

14,945

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

603

Olentangy Local

16,263

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

604

Lakota Local

17,409

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

605

South-Western City

19,336

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

606

Toledo City

22,277

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

607

Akron City

22,603

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

608

Cincinnati City

32,009

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

609

Cleveland Municipal City

43,202

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

610

Columbus City

49,616

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



             Median Income of Families


             Of 608 public school districts with reported information, half the public school district’s median income was over $31,685.50. New Boston Local5 had the lowest median income ($17,910) and Olentangy Local6had the highest median income ($73,125.00). To put this in context, in New Boston Local, half the families had incomes less than $17,910. Type 8 (Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population) had the lowest median incomes ($23,409.00). While Type 6 (Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population) had the highest median incomes ($50,712.00). Five public school districts did not report median income. 7



Median Income

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Median

Mean

Minimum

Maximum

Number

State

$31,685.50

$33,121.78

$17,910.00

$73,125.00

608

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

$29,248.00

$29,167.76

$22,857.00

$35,347.00

123

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

$32,514.00

$32,486.30

$24,223.00

$39,107.00

107

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

$33,906.00

$34,507.43

$27,581.00

$45,101.00

111

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

$27,924.00

$27,713.19

$17,910.00

$34,604.00

89

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

$37,455.00

$37,567.23

$26,301.00

$49,772.00

77

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

$50,712.00

$53,232.89

$37,890.00

$73,125.00

46

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

$26,570.00

$26,534.77

$20,031.00

$33,336.00

47

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

$23,408.50

$23,631.25

$19,844.00

$27,819.00

8






Top 10 Public School Districts
with LOWEST Median Income

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Median Income

Typology

1

New Boston Local

$17,910.00

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

2

Youngstown City

$19,844.00

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

3

East Cleveland City

$20,031.00

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

4

Lima City

$20,747.00

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

5

Sandusky City

$20,823.00

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

6

Canton City

$20,910.00

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

7

Warren City

$21,438.00

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

8

Mansfield City

$21,862.00

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

9

Northridge Local

$21,896.00

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

10

Portsmouth City

$21,952.00

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






Top 10 Public School Districts

with HIGHEST Median Income

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Median Income

Typology

599

Oakwood City

$60,044.00

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

600

Bexley City

$60,994.00

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

601

Springboro Community City

$62,038.00

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

602

Wyoming City

$63,959.00

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

603

Indian Hill Exempted Village

$65,176.00

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

604

Orange City

$65,754.00

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

605

Ottawa Hills Local

$66,317.00

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

606

Hudson City

$67,903.00

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

607

New Albany-Plain Local

$69,808.00

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

608

Olentangy Local

$73,125.00

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

 
 


            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




            Percent of Minority Students

            Minority student here means a student from historically racial minority: African/Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Native Americans/Inuits and Pacific Islanders. Half the public school district had less than 5.5% minority.Two schoolshad no minority students: Kelleys Island Local 11 and Put-In-Bay Local12. While East Cleveland City13had 99.8% of minority students. There are four schools with no reported information. 14Type 2 (Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population) had the lowest median percentage of minority students half the public schools having less than 2.7% minority students. Type 8 (Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population) had the highest median percentage of minority students half the public schools having more than 72.7% minority



Percent of Minority Students

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Number

Median

Mean

Minimum

Maximum

State

609

5.5

11.6

0.2

99.8

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

123

3.2

3.9

0.4

14.2

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

107

2.7

3.5

0.2

13.9

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

111

4.2

4.9

0.3

20.8

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

89

10.6

13.8

3.2

85.3

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

77

9.5

16.2

0.7

85.0

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

46

8.8

13.0

1.7

58.9

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

47

32.7

43.6

9.9

99.8

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

8

72.7

69.4

51.7

84.7




Top 10 Public School Districts
with LOWEST Percent of Minority Students
2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Percent of Minority Students

Typology

1

Noble Local

0.18

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

2

Symmes Valley Local

0.19

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

3

Marion Local

0.20

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

4

Kalida Local

0.33

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

5

Caldwell Exempted Village

0.40

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

6

Bloom-Vernon Local

0.42

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

7

Crooksville Exempted Village

0.44

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

8

South Range Local

0.64

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

9

Preble Shawnee Local

0.65

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

10

Independence Local

0.67

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



Top 10 Public School Districts

with HIGHEST Percent of Minority Students

2016 Ohio School Discipline Report

Ranking

District Name

Percent of Minority Students

Typology

599

Youngstown City

83.01

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

600

Winton Woods City

83.14

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

601

Euclid City

83.38

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

602

Cleveland Municipal City

84.65

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

603

Richmond Heights Local

85.02

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

604

Jefferson Township Local

85.34

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

605

Bedford City

87.95

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

606

Trotwood-Madison City

91.87

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

607

Maple Heights City

96.22

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

608

Warrensville Heights City

99.21

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

609

East Cleveland City

99.79

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

 
 

Footnotes

1

2

Apparently private schools do not report information on school discipline.

3

Buckeye United School District, Kelleys Island Local, Middle Bass Local, North Bass Local, Put-In-Bay Local and College Corner Local

4

Kelleys Island Local, Middle Bass Local and North Bass Local.

5

A “Type 4: Small Town with High Student Poverty and Average Student Population Size” in Scioto County.

6

A “Type 6: Suburban with Very Low Student Poverty and Large Student Population” in Delaware County.

7

 Olentangy Local, Kelleys Island Local, Middle Bass Local, North Bass Local, Put-In-Bay Local and College Corner Local.

8

A “Type 6: Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population” in Lucas County.

9

A “Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty and Very Large Student Population” in Cuyahoga County

10

Kelleys Island Local, Middle Bass Local, North Bass Local, Put-In-Bay Local and College Corner Local.

11

No information was reported on “Typology”.

12

No information was reported on “Typology”.

13

A Type 7 Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population in Cuyahoga County.yt

14

Kelleys Island Local, Middle Bass Local, North Bass Local, Put-In-Bay Local and Buckeye United School District

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