I don't necessarily disagree with your sentiment, especially in regard to semantics vs. actual accomplishments.<quoted text>
And that would be a fine example of grade inflation.
According to the data collected by the state we are in solid C- territory.
Semantics and euphemisms can never replace old fashion actual accomplishment.
Since our childrens' bar of expectations in Ohio obviously has been gradually lowered, it is certainly plausible that part of Ohio's new plan is to raise this bar, but to raise this bar not all at once, but somewhat gradually.
The comparative assessment regarding Springboro schools having a "B" grade came directly from the mouths of ODE officials during relatively recent conversations with Dr. Kelly Kohls.