After ten years of operation in three schools (primary, middle and high) with a combined enrollment of 1,100 students, they have had less than 4% dropouts (verifiable through the School Accountability Report Card - (http://tracy.
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SAR stands for School Accountability Report
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The Florida Department of Education's School Accountability Reports, which show the results of Florida's A+ Plan and the No Child Left Behind Act, revealed the difficulty of achieving AYP in that less than 10 percent of schools in the Palm Beach County School District earned it.
Non-negotiables, however, include Colorado Student Assessment Program testing, special education and data collection for School Accountability Reports.
Available Information: Fact Sheet and School Accountability Report Card.
ASPIRA South Leadership Charter School in Miami is improving on the state's school accountability report card, improving from an F two years ago to a D a year ago to a C last year.
Last year, students scored mostly in the 60th percentile the national average is the 50th percentile on the Stanford 9 test given to pupils in grades 2 to 11 in a range of subjects, according to its annual school accountability report.
These reports, called School Accountability Report Cards, are usually written by the school principal, working with data provided by the district.
I see a tremendous benefit in IntraSchool's ability to help me publish our school accountability report cards on the Web, which will be required by law in the state of California for those schools with a Web site," says Alan Trudell, public information specialist at Garden Grove Unified School District.