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subjective objectiveThe subjective discipline grade is the percent of exclusions based on subjective behavior (that is the number of exclusions based on subjective behavior divided by the total number of exclusions). In this report card, Disobedient/Disruptive Behavior, Harassment/Intimidation, and Unwelcome Sexual Conduct were defined as subjective behavior. Exclusions are the combination of expulsions, out-of-school suspensions, Emergency Removal by District Personnel and removal by hearing officers.

In 2019, the articulated reasons for exclusions fit into four categories: (1) Subjective Behavior, (2) Violence to person or Property, (3) Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco and (4) Truancy.

Discipline-based on subjective behavior is more likely to be impacted by implicit and explicit racial biases. [1] Given the significant long term impact of missing school, exclusions from school for subjective behavior should be kept to a minimum. 

The subjective behavior exclusion grade was based on the percentage of total discipline occurrence minus a penalty for exclusion for truancy. Suspending someone for Truancy is to continue to impose risks on a vulnerable population.[2]

Of the 878 schools/districts with reported information, the mean Subjective Behavior Grade was 41.0. Half the schools had grades below 39.8. The lowest grade was -10. And the highest grade was 100.

 

2019 Ohio School Subjective Behavior Grade

Number
of Districts

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

878

41.0

39.8

-10.0

100.0

 

 2019 Ohio School Subjective Behavior Grade Distribution

 Grade
Assignment

Frequency

Percent

A+ (100)

17

1.9

A (89.5 to 99.4)

5

0.6

B (79.5 to 89.4)

11

1.3

C (69.5 to 79.4)

33

3.8

D (59.5 to 69.4)

68

7.7

F (.445 to 49.4)

726

82.5

F- (0 or less than .444)

20

2.3

Total

880

100.0

 

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