Buckeye Association of School Administrators

A report commissioned by three public school groups shows state funding for K-12 education hasn’t bridged the gap between rich and poor districts.  

A report commissioned by three groups representing public schools shows what the groups say is a strong link between academic performance and household income.

An analysis of Ohio Department of Education school report-card data shows the achievement gap between low-income and wealthier school districts continues to widen.

An education-funding think tank is releasing new district comparisons it says more accurately reflect the costs of educating poor students.

Report Links Poverty To Poor Student Academic Peformance

Sep 17, 2013

Groups representing Ohio school boards, administrators and treasurers have released an analysis of data collected under the state's new assessment system that confirms the link between poverty and student performance.