Failing to make the grade.
A pair of school districts in Ohio given just one star on their latest report card.
Lockland and Mount Healthy receiving the lowest ranking for achievement under the new grading system which means the district needs siginficant support to met state standards in academic achievement. Each district across the state was given 1 to 5 stars in six different categories, replacing the letter grades that have been used in years past.
The Cincinnati Public Schools received two stars for achievement but only one for its graduation rate.
The report cards for every district are available at the Ohio Department of Education website.
At least ten local school districts received five stars for achievement: Loveland, Madiera, Mariemont, Sycamore,
Wyoming, Indian Hill, Forest Hills, Springboro, Kings and Mason.