A-F Report Card Grading System (Legacy)


Legacy is archived information. Please be aware this content is from a previous year.

 

Oklahoma is currently in transition to a new Accountability System.

Please note that the report cards on this page were developed under the previous system which concluded in SY2016. For information on the new Accountability System, please see "What's New In Accountability?" on our homepage.

View A - F Report Cards (Legacy)

 

A-F Report Card Resources(Legacy)

For Parents and Community

Click here for the December 15th, 2016 presentation to the State Board of Education on the proposed changes to the A-F system to be implemented beginning SY 2017.

Click here for Draft 2 of Oklahoma's ESSA state plan, which contains a description of the new A-F system.

A - F Report Card Calculation Guide(Legacy)

Note: The A-F Calculation Guide for the new A-F system is in development and will be published prior to the release of the new report cards in the Spring of 2018.

 

The A–F Report Card Calculation Guide is available for district review. The purpose of this guide is to describe in detail the specifics of how each component of the report card is calculated and to allow districts to review the calculation for their own schools.

A–F Report Card Calculation Guide (last updated 9-29-2015)

 

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About A-F Report Cards(Legacy)

In 2011, the Oklahoma Legislature adopted an A-F School Grading System to provide incentives to schools for challenging all students to reach high levels of college and career readiness. The A-F report cards make school performance clear in a transparent manner easily communicated to the public.

The report cards also give schools a tool to encourage more parental and community involvement. It’s just common sense that schools with higher levels of parent and community involvement have a better chance of succeeding. When parents and community members have a clear understanding of school performance, they can also help in tangible ways.

Schools will still be accountable for helping their children meet grade-level performance standards, but the grading system also adds the dimension of allowing a school to show academic growth. A school’s grade also includes factors such as graduation and dropout rates, and attendance rates for elementary schools.

Perhaps most importantly, the A-F grading system replaces past systems that were too complicated for most parents to understand. With this important reform, we’re empowering everyone — whether school administrators, parents, classroom teachers or citizens — to make informed choices and to identify ways to strengthen and improve all of our schools for the benefit of each student in Oklahoma.


Administrative Rules

After review and consideration of public comments, the following rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on March 28, 2013.

CHAPTER 10. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 13. STUDENT ASSESSMENT
210:10-13-22. Implementation of a system of school improvement and accountability [AMENDED] ("A-F")

The current Administrative rules for the A-F Report Card (210:10-13-22) can be found here.

Last updated on February 8, 2018