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Tue May 28, 2013
State Approves Enrollment Data Fixes
Ohio schools that reportedly had errors in certain enrollment data have gotten state approval of plans to fix the issues.
The state auditor had flagged the errors in a February report. He was looking into a practice whereby schools attempted to improve performance ratings by altering attendance data. The 49 schools and districts were said to have sporadic exceptions to enrollment reporting requirements in their 2010-11 school year enrollment data. Those errors included a lack of documentation, missing student files and incorrect information submitted to the state. The Ohio Department of Education has approved corrective action plans for the schools. The plans were to describe the enrollment errors, the reasons for the incorrect records, and any steps the school would take to ensure accuracy in the future.