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Columbus City Schools is proud to shout-out and acknowledge the following achievements by its schools across the region, indicating advancement by students in several key areas of academic and personal development.
Principals Participate in a Data Walk Looking at Strategies to Improve Students' Academic Performance
Principals across the District came together for a Professional Development Day to dive deeper into a MAP Growth Action Plan. Using MAP Growth data to pinpoint the instructional areas students are ready to tackle—whether they’re on, above, or below grade level. Looking at information collected from the 2018-2019 State Report Card, District and Ohio’s State assessment tests.
Columbus City Schools Teams-up with Ohio State University Students and Community Partners to Grow Learning Garden Initiatives
School Garden Program sees growth with assistance from Ohio State University students. New this year, 44 learning gardens are getting a makeover, while 20 new gardens are in the process of being built this fall.
Columbus City Schools saw a letter-grade improvement on its overall score, in addition to gains made across various components, on its State Report Card which was released by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) on Thursday morning.
Columbus Board of Education Votes to Approve Teacher Contract that Focuses on Student Achievement, Highly Qualified Teachers
The Columbus Board of Education at a special meeting Monday morning voted unanimously to approve a three-year contract agreement with the Columbus Education Association (CEA), the union representing the District’s 4,000 teachers, nurses, counselors, social workers and other education professionals.
Superintendent Dixon Recommends Approval of Teacher Contract that Focuses on Student Achievement, Highly Qualified Teachers
Columbus City Schools (CCS) Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon will recommend that the CCS Board of Education on Monday vote to approve a tentative, three-year contract agreement between the District and the Columbus Education Association (CEA).
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