A-F Answers: What is the local accountability plan?

The Answer:

A Local Accountability Plan is created at the district level to measure campus outcomes that are not included in the accountability system.

A Local Accountability Plan is a coherent set of outcomes based on the district needs and goals for student achievement. Outcomes are measured through defined components based on valid and reliable data sources.

February 25th: Accountability Update Series


In this session we provide updates relevant for administrators, school counselors, give updates on PEIMS, how to read the “Closing the Gaps” report, ATS, TS, Comp and so much more. All online, on your own time, and designed to make sure your district meets its accountability goals.