The 10 a.m. rally will overlap the Nov. 14-15 state school board meeting in Columbus and the Ohio School Boards Association Capital Conference and Trade Show, the biggest education conference in the state.
The Ohio Public School Advocacy Network, a superintendents group, performed both scientific and nonscientific research that Lloyd said showed the gap between current policy and what Ohioans want.
Lloyd cited a core message from the superintendents’ group.
“We want to roll our collective sleeves up and work with our stakeholders, constituent groups and Ohio’s elected officials to fix a graduation and state reporting system that is currently in great need of repair,” he said.
“Our students and our citizens deserve a reporting system they can trust.”