Tomorrow, the state Department of Education will release its annual report cards on the state's public school districts. Last year, Cincinnati Public Schools made history as the only urban school district in Ohio to reach an “effective” rating on the state report cards. This year, it once again is the only urban school district to get a “B”. StateImpact Ohio reporter Ida Lieszkovszky investigates how it managed to go from the equivalent of an “F” ten years ago to consistent “B’s” today.
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