Ohio: Low Test Turnout is Warning Sign for State Tests in Spring

A Cleveland school district student works on her remote lessons while schools are closed because of COVID-19. Early turnout in cities like Cleveland and Akron for a state reading test suggests that many students will just skip state tests if schools stay closed. (Patrick O’Donnell)

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