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Charter school sponsor ratings rise locally, across state
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Nov 21, 5:58 AM: Charter school sponsors improved their ratings significantly this year, both on a statewide level and among sponsors of Dayton-area schools, according to new data from the Ohio Department of Education.
Ohio relied on ECOT for data on how much to pay charter school
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Nov 20, 7:50 AM: When the Ohio Department of Education audited ECOT’s attendance for a second school year last summer, the embattled online charter’s verified attendance went up more than 80 percent, and the amount it was forced to repay was $19.2 >
Cleveland Plan for schools gets mixed review from State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria
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Nov 17, 7:35 AM: State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria offered a mixed review of the Cleveland school district's progress under its 2012 improvement plan this week, avoiding any endorsement or judgment of the plan.
Digital academy gets ‘exemplary’ rating
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Nov 17, 6:26 AM: Findlay City Schools received an “exemplary” overall rating for its 2016-2017 sponsorship of the Findlay Digital Academy, and was just one of three districts in Ohio to achieve that rating.
Cleveland and other charter school sponsors doing a better job, new ratings show
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Nov 16, 7:08 AM: The Cleveland school district has improved its rating as a charter school sponsor and is no longer in danger of having charter oversight powers yanked away, under new ratings released Wednesday.
Sponsors of 10 Ohio charter schools receive ‘poor’ ratings from state
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Nov 16, 6:22 AM: Eight sponsors of 10 charter schools — none in the Columbus area — flunked the latest round of ratings released Wednesday by the Ohio Department of Education.
Creative teaching getting results in Whitehall schools
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Nov 13, 7:45 AM: The exodus of Whitehall students to charter schools appears to be slowing, if not reversing. About 331 Whitehall children attend charters, according to state funding data, down from the high of 436 students in 2014.
Cleveland Transformation Alliance released 5-year assessment on city's school plan
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Nov 10, 8:01 AM: Five years ago, the city of Cleveland and its Metropolitan School District unveiled Cleveland's Plan for Transforming Schools in an effort to reinvigorate the city's much-maligned school system.
Democrats urge high court to rule against ECOT
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Nov 3, 6:09 AM: House and Senate Democrats filed a brief Thursday urging the Ohio Supreme Court to rule against the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, or else jeopardize oversight of taxpayer dollars.
Parents, students panicking after Youngstown charter school closes
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Nov 2, 6:04 AM: Students and parents are feeling angry, confused, and betrayed after a Youngstown charter school shut down.
Youngstown charter school shuts down after running out of funds
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Nov 1, 5:51 AM: A Youngstown charter school shut its doors for good Tuesday, saying it has run out of money. The decision to close Mahoning Valley Opportunity Center came Monday night after the board said they had no money left. However, some MVOC >
State deflects blame for slow action on "poor" charter school sponsors
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Oct 27, 4:48 AM: The Ohio Department of Education deflected criticism Wednesday for failing to meet deadlines to take action against "poor" charter school sponsors by blaming delays on lengthy appeals.
State stalls on killing two "poor" charter school sponsors - the Cincinnati and Newark districts
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Oct 25, 5:32 AM: Ohio's first round of charter school oversight evaluations last fall - a roundabout method of forcing quality for the state's nationally-ridiculed charter schools - has brought mixed results a year later.
Newark Digital Academy exceeds state standards for third year
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Oct 23, 5:25 AM: Despite regulatory challenges, Newark Digital Academy remains a top dropout recovery community school in Ohio.
Troubled charter school ECOT becomes focus of Ohio attorney general's race
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Oct 23, 5:02 AM: Democratic attorney general candidate Steve Dettelbach signaled Friday he plans to make a campaign issue out of Republican rival Dave Yost's history with a troubled Ohio online charter school.
Mayor Jackson's bid to block low-scoring charter schools from city is denied by state
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Oct 16, 5:54 AM: The first real test of whether city leaders can force higher standards for charter schools in the city - a power they fought for in the state legislature five years ago - has failed.
Online school program continues to grow
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Oct 13, 7:41 AM: After launching one of the first-ever career technical education programs at an online school in 2015, the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s CTE program has continued to grow exponentially, growing from just 20 the first year to >
ECOT dispute may impact Washington County families
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Oct 12, 6:49 AM: Dozens of students in Washington County could be left looking for a way to continue their educations if action by the state against the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow shuts the digital charter school down.
Auditor Says State Has Options To Recover Money If ECOT Closes Its Virtual Doors
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Oct 12, 6:12 AM: The state’s largest online charter school said in court filings last week that it will close by January if it’s forced to pay back nearly $80 million to the state from two attendance audits. But the state auditor says that doesn’t >
Families follow electronic classroom fight
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Oct 11, 6:01 AM: Dozens of students in Washington County could be left looking for a way to continue their educations if action by the state against the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow shuts the digital charter school down.

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