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May 24, 2016

A NEW STATE AUDIT SHOWS THAT ATTENDANCE AT OHIO'S CHARTER SCHOOLS APPARENTLY HAS IMPROVED


A NEW STATE AUDIT SHOWS THAT ATTENDANCE AT OHIO'S CHARTER SCHOOLS APPARENTLY HAS IMPROVED.  AUDITOR DAVE YOST'S OFFICE SAYS A SURPRISE HEAD COUNT AUDIT OF 30 CHARTER SCHOOLS LAST NOVEMBER FOUND THAT ALL BUT ONE HAD ATTENDANCE RATES GREATER THAN 73 PERCENT. A SIMILAR COUNT IN 2014 SHOWED MORE THAN HALF OF THE SCHOOLS REPORTED ENROLLMENT NUMBERS HIGHER THAN THE ACTUAL HEAD COUNTS. THE RECENT AUDIT ALSO CHECKED ON 10 TRADITIONAL SCHOOLS WHERE ATTENDANCE AVERAGED 91 PERCENT. YOST SAYS THE AUDIT SHOWS A NEED TO CONTINUE TO STRENGTHEN ACCOUNTABILITY

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