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**Dr. Mark A. Smith, ''At-Large Member''
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**Rebecca Vazquez-Skillings, ''At-Large Member''
**Rebecca Vazquez-Skillings, ''At-Large Member''
One seat on the State Board of Education is vacant and awaiting appointment from [[Governor of Ohio|Governor]] [[John Kasich]].
===Enrollment, academics, and spending===
===Enrollment, academics, and spending===

Revision as of 11:21, 13 June 2014

K-12 Education in Ohio
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Education facts
State Superintendent: Richard Ross
Number of students: 1,740,030[1]
Number of teachers: 107,972
Teacher/pupil ratio: 1:16.1
Number of school districts: 1,079
Number of schools: 3,714
Graduation rate: 81%[2]
Per-pupil spending: $11,223[3]
See also
Ohio Department of EducationOhio school districtsList of school districts in OhioOhioSchool boards portal
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Education policy project
Public education in the United States
Public education in Ohio
Glossary of education terms

Ohio is home to 1,079 school districts, 3,714 schools and 1,740,030 K-12 students.[4][5]

Quick facts

State school administrators

  • State Board of Education[6]
    • Debe Terhar, President, District 4
    • Thomas W. Gunlock, Vice President, At-Large Member
    • Ann E. Jacobs, District 1
    • Kathleen A. McGervey, District 2
    • Vacant, District 3
    • Brad W. Lamb, District 5
    • Michael L. Collins, District 6
    • Sarah Fowler, District 7
    • Deborah Cain, District 8
    • Stephanie Dodd, District 9
    • Ron Rudduck, District 10
    • Mary Rose Oakar, District 11
    • Melanie P. Bolender, At-Large Member
    • Tess Elshoff, At-Large Member
    • Joseph L. Farmer, At-Large Member
    • Cathye Flory, At-Large Member
    • C. Todd Jones, At-Large Member
    • Dr. Mark A. Smith, At-Large Member
    • Rebecca Vazquez-Skillings, At-Large Member

One seat on the State Board of Education is vacant and awaiting appointment from Governor John Kasich.

Enrollment, academics, and spending

The following table displays the top ten Ohio school districts by total student enrollment, Academic Performance Index (API) scores, and per-pupil spending.[4][5][7]

Student enrollment Academic Performance Index scores Per-pupil spending
1.) Columbus City 1.) Wyoming City 1.) Put-in-Bay Local
2.) Cleveland Metropolitan 2.) Madeira City 2.) Orange High
3.) Cincinnati 3.) Solon City 3.) Switzerland of Ohio Local
4.) Toledo 4.) Indian Hill Exempted Village 4.) Beachwood City
5.) Akron 5.) Rocky River City 5.) Cleveland Heights-University Heights
6.) South-Western City 6.) Ottawa Hills Local 6.) Cuyahoga Heights
7.) Lakota Local 7.) Mason City 7.) Danbury Local
8.) Olentangy Local 8.) Oakwood City 8.) East Cleveland City
9.) Hilliard City 9.) Marion Local 9.) Shaker Heights City
10.) Dayton 10.) Sycamore Community 10.) Youngstown City


See also: Demographic information for all students in all 50 states

The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Ohio as reported in the National Center for Education Statistics Common Core of Data for 2011-2012.[8]

Demographic information for Ohio's K-12 public school system
Ethnicity Students State Percentage United States Percentage**
American Indian 2,442 0.14% 1.10%
Asian 30,923 1.78% 4.68%
African American 281,996 16.21% 15.68%
Hawaiian Nat./Pacific Isl. students 787 0.05% 0.42%
Hispanic 66,120 3.80% 24.37%
White 1,282,799 73.72% 51.21%
Two or more 74,963 4.31% 2.54%
**Note: This is the percentage of all students in the United States that are reported to be of this ethnicity.

School board elections

Upcoming elections

See also: Ohio school board elections, 2014

No top enrollment districts in Ohio are scheduled to hold elections in 2014.

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