COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) released the Career-Technical Planning District (CTPD) Report Card on Thursday, February 25. The data from the report card is for students from the graduating class of 2014. MVCTC reported the following measures:
- 82 percent – MVCTC students Technical Skill Attainment. This is the proportion of students passing technical assessments.
- 96.7 percent – Four-year graduation rate
- 92.7 percent of CTPD students were employed, in an apprenticeship, joined the military, or were enrolled in postsecondary education/advanced training in the six months after leaving high school
Also included in the “Report Card” are non-graded measurers of Prepared for Success – Dual Enrollment while in high school, federal accountability results from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, and financial data for each CTPD. MVCTC reported:
- 99.5 percent of students completing Dual Enrollment classes
- 99.2 percent Academic Attainment Reading
- 98.9 percent Academic Attainment Math
MVCTC ranked number one in driving dollars into the classroom and other instructional costs and also ranked the best in controlling non-instructional costs.
“I am very pleased with the results of our State Report Card,” said MVCTC Superintendent Dr. Nick Weldy. “I believe it is a direct reflection of the hard work from the students, staff, and administration. It is another way we can demonstrate to our stakeholders the level of success we achieve at the Miami Valley Career Technology Center every day.”