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Performance Index Score Comparison

PIS Comparison

Ohio’s Performance Index Score (PIS) is a comprehensive measure of a school’s students’ combined academic performance on the annual spring battery of assessments for pupils in grades three through eight at the elementary school level.

Over a two week period, students take tests in reading, mathematics, and science.  These assessments are designed to measure mastery of the academic content standards in each of the three disciplines.  Individual performance is rated as basic, limited, proficient, advanced, or accelerated.

School performance is determined by combined student scores, demonstrated student academic progress over the course of the school year, and the number of state indicators of success achieved by the school.  School performance is rated as academic emergency, academic watch, continuous improvement, effective, excellent, and excellent with distinction.

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