Sept. 7, 2018 --
Ever at the forefront of public education advocacy, the CH-UH City School District hosted a public policy forum at Heights High School last week
, in conjunction with The Plain Dealer and the League of Women Voters, to discuss Ohio’s School Report Cards.
The topic of the forum was "Ohio's school report cards: What do they really tell us? What should they?: A discussion about how we evaluate our schools".
CH-UH Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon, a frequent public education advocate both in the state and nationally, served as a panelist alongside Chad Aldis, Vice President for Ohio Policy and Advocacy at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute; Steven Dyer, Education Policy Fellow at Innovation Ohio; and Lisa Woods, Ohio Board of Education member.
The forum was moderated by The Plain Dealer education reporter Patrick O’Donnell.