Reading Achievement Plans

Reading Achievement Plans

Reading Achievement Plan

Due to recent changes to Ohio’s School Report Card, no districts or community schools will be required to submit a Reading Achievement Plan to the Department by December 31, 2022. The Department will continue to support districts and community schools who seek assistance with implementing their current literacy plans. More information is forthcoming. Please send questions to [email protected].

Reading Improvement Plans under Ohio Revised Code 3301.0715(G)

 Ohio law (Ohio Revised Code 3301.0715(G) ) requires districts to establish a Reading Improvement Plan when fewer than 80 percent of their students score proficient or higher on Ohio’s State Test for grade 3 English Language Arts. The district’s board of education must approve the plan before beginning implementation. Reading Improvement Plans are not required to be submitted to the Ohio Department of Education.  

Reading Achievement Plan Template

Reading Achievement Plan Guidance

Ohio law (Ohio Revised Code 3302.13) requires each school district or community school to submit a Reading Achievement Plan to the Ohio Department of Education by Dec. 31 if the district or school meets the following criteria, as reported on the past two consecutive Ohio School Report Cards issued for that district or community school: 
1. The district or community school received grades of “D”or“F” ontheK-3 Literacy Improvement Measure; and
 2. Fewer than 60 percent of the district’s or community school’s students scored proficient or higher on the state’s grade 3 English language arts test.

Reading Achievement Plan Webinar

Reading Achievement Plan Webinar PowerPoint

Click on the link above, then look to the bottom of the page for the PowerPoint.
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