That's right, Olentangy ranks 71st in the state, based on the state's performance index.
So, as I have asked time and time again, how does a district take students who are in the top 15 districts based on demographics, return these results, and then have the nerve to say that the district is high-performing? How? By not caring about anything other than the next salary increases and requisite levy.
Hey Olentangy: To be high-performing you have to achieve above expectation. Achieving below expectation year after year is the definition of low performing. Got that?