The Thomas B. Fordham Institute is releasing a first-of-its-kind statewide analysis of interdistrict open enrollment. Using anonymous student-level data, Ohio State University professor Stéphane Lavertu and Deven Carlson of the University of Oklahoma examined the background characteristics of open enrollees along with their academic outcomes as gauged by state exams and graduation rates.

We invite you to an important discussion of this widespread but often-overlooked means of school choice in the Buckeye State. The researchers will discuss their findings and a panel of education experts will discuss the implications of the report. The discussion will focus on the benefits and challenges of the policy; how it impacts the families, students, and districts involved; and how Ohio policy makers might strengthen open enrollment policies in the future.

Tuesday June 6, 2017

8:30 - 9:45 am

Chase Tower
100 East Broad Street
Sixth Floor - Conference Room B
Columbus, OH 43215

Seating is limited so please register today.

PRESENTER

Carlson

Deven Carlson
University of Oklahoma
Report co-author

PANELISTS

Tina Thomas Manning

Tina Thomas-Manning
Superintendent
Reynoldsburg City Schools

Geno Thomas

Geno Thomas
Superintendent
Lowellville Local Schools

Gadah Hamad
Central Ohio parent utilizing open enrollment

MODERATOR

Chad Aldis

Chad Aldis
Vice President for Ohio Policy and Advocacy
Thomas B. Fordham Institute

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