scrubbing

CPS
10:48 am
Tue May 6, 2014

CPS, Winton Woods ratings same after scrubbing recalculation

Ohio Auditor Dave Yost when he first made the scrubbing allegations in February 2013.
Jo Ingles Ohio Public Radio

Tuesday the Ohio Department of Education issued new report cards for the six school districts accused of scrubbing data, including Cincinnati and Winton Woods, whose ratings remained the same.

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CPS
6:00 am
Mon May 13, 2013

CPS makes changes to avoid "scrubbing" data

CPS and other districts around the state must keep up with the Ohio Department of Education's 500 page book of rules.
Ann Thompson WVXU

 


 


  


New policy


In order to comply with state rules, Cincinnati Public Schools says it has changed the way it reports when a student transfers from one school in the district to another. Instead of  withdrawing the student from one school and waiting for him or her to enroll at another, the district will now enroll the student immediately in the new school and the new school will have the responsibility to make sure the student shows up.

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Scrubbing
4:52 pm
Wed February 13, 2013

CPS says it won't lose any money over scrubbing

CPS Superintendent Mary Ronan says it was a "business rule error" and the district will comply.
Sarah Ramsey WVXU

The Cincinnati Public School District says it will not lose millions of dollars after violating, what it calls a business rule, in a state scrubbing investigation.


At a news conference CPS called the accusations a misinterpretation of the constantly changing requirements from the Ohio Department of Education. To make their point, school officials displayed a binder containing 500 pages on how to report attendance data. Teachers Union President Julie Sellers pointed out an omission from the ODE on its own website.

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