Section 3301.0717 | Establishment and submission of education goals with specific timetables by board.
In addition to the duties imposed on it by law, the state board of education shall establish and submit to the governor and the general assembly a clear and measurable set of goals with specific timetables for their achievement. The goals shall be established for programs designed to accomplish:
(A) A reduction in rates of retention in grade;
(B) Reductions in the need for remedial courses;
(C) Reductions in the student dropout rate;
(D) Improvements in scores on standardized tests;
(E) Increases in satisfactory completion of high school achievement tests;
(F) Increases in American college test scores;
(G) Increases in the rate of college entry;
(H) Reductions in the need for remedial courses for first-year college students.
In July of each odd-numbered year, the state board of education shall submit a report on progress made toward these goals to the governor and the general assembly.
Available Versions of this Section
- September 11, 2001 – Senate Bill 1, 124th General Assembly [ View September 11, 2001 Version ]