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REPORTING REQUIREMENTS/STATUS

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REPORTING REQUIREMENTS/STATUS LINKS

Achieving Equity In Teacher Distribution [Indicators a(1) – a(7)]
A State must collect and publicly report data and other information on the extent to which students in high- and low-poverty schools in the State have access to highly qualified teachers; steps the State is currently taking to ensure that students from low-income families and minority students are not taught at higher rates than other students by inexperienced, unqualified, or out-of-field teachers; on how teacher and principal performance is evaluated; and the distribution of performance evaluation ratings or levels among teachers and principals.

Improving Collection And Use Of Data [Indicators b(1) – b(3)]
A State must collect and publicly report information on the elements of its statewide longitudinal data system, on whether teachers receive data on student growth in a manner that is timely and informs instructional programs, and on whether teachers receive reports of individual teacher impact on student achievement.

Standards And Assessments [Indicators c(1) – c(12)]
A State must collect and publicly report data and other information on whether students are provided high-quality State assessments; whether students with disabilities and limited English proficient students are included in State assessment systems; whether the State makes information available regarding student academic performance in the State compared to the academic performance of students in other States; and the extent to which students graduate from high school in four years with a regular high school diploma and continue on to pursue a college education.

Supporting Struggling Schools [Indicators d(1) – d(6)]
A State must collect and publicly report data and other information on the progress of certain groups of schools in the State on State assessments in reading/language arts and mathematics; on the extent to which reforms to improve student academic achievement are implemented in the persistently lowest-achieving schools in the State.

Charter Schools [Indicators d(7) – d(12)]
A State must collect and publicly report data and other information on the extent to which charter schools are operating in the State.

 

 
 
Reporting Requirements/Status