org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed By Morgan Smith Texas Workforce Commissioner Tom Pauken said Thursday that the state's current public education accountability system is "broken and badly in need of fixing.
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EAS stands for Education Accountability System (various organizations)
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- Eastern Apicultural Society of North America, Inc.
- Eastside Audubon Society (Washington)
- École Arnaud de Séguy (French: Arnaud School of Seguy)
- École d'Architecture de Strasbourg (French: Architecture School of Strasbourg; Strasbourg, France)
- École Européenne d'Administration (French: European School of Management; Belgium)
- Econometrics and Applied Statistics Unit (EU)
- Economic Advisory Services (Grant Thornton)
- Economic Affairs Secretariat (Antigua and Barbuda)
- Economic Analysis Staff
- ECS Advertising Service
- Education Advisory Service
- Education and Support (various locations)
- Egyptian Accounting Standards
- Electric Aircraft Symposium
- Electronic Address Sequencing (USPS)
- Electronic Article Surveillance
- Electronic Arts Sports (game)
- Electronic Authorization System
- Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
- Elemental Audio Systems
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The authors look at how current education accountability systems have become similarly skewed and suggest some very useful alternatives.
The Democrats have called for "full funding" of NCLB, but they remain supportive of the law and an education accountability system.
He's a former chairman of the University of Texas System Board of Regents and one of the architects of the public education accountability system in Texas.
The legislation named seven categories that vocational education accountability systems should include: Academic skills * Occupational competencies * General employability or workplace readiness skills * Retention or completion of a vocational program, degree or certificate * Placement in further education or training, military service or employment * Equity and access of vocational programs for a target population * Other performance measures, including some measures of student outcomes In 1995 the Education Department reported that 69 percent of states were coordinating such voc ed accountability systems at the secondary and postsecondary levels--though only three states were using the same core measures and standards.
In the 1980s, when the state's education accountability systems were first put into place, Hidalgo's high school was ranked among the bottom 10 percent of the state's schools in academic performance.