Legislators and educators largely agree that the current Ohio School District Report Card is not an equitable or adequate measure of the work our districts are doing. The question of what the report card should be is an important debate across the state. Since our Urban Network meeting last July, a few members have been diligently working on the challenge of reimagining the report card. That work is bold and exciting and the resulting plan has gotten significant attention from key legislators and the Governor's office.

This meeting is an opportunity to share this new idea with the entire Urban Network and engage in an important discussion about the future of educational accountability for our districts.

Agenda

10 a.m.
Welcome and introductions
Steve Horton, staff liaison to the urban network, OSBA
10:10 a.m.
July 2019 to today
Steve Horton and workgroup members
• Introduction of the Report Card Workgroup and its members – Steve Horton • How have we evolved to today? – Stephanie Eichenberg • What do you value and what would you measure? – Eve Bolton • What is important about here and now? – Bob Longworth
11 a.m.
The mood of the legislature
Will Schwartz, deputy director of legislative services, OSBA
11:30 a.m.
Lunch (provided)
12 p.m.
The Report Card Proposal
Ross May, chief information officer, Canton City and Chad Henderly, transformational leader of process and Information, Toledo Public
• The approach and strategies incorporated in the proposal • Questions and open discussion • What is next for the plan?
1:30 p.m.
Next steps
Eric Resnick and workgroup members
2 p.m.
Adjourn