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

The Answer:

House Bill 22 established the local accountability system, or LAS, to allow districts in open enrollment charter schools to develop local accountability system plans for their campuses. 

A district’s local accountability plan provides stakeholders with detailed information about school performance and progress over time.

Local accountability plans may vary by school type and by school group but must apply equally to all campuses, as applicable by school type and group. Once approved by TEA it is expected that a plan be operational and relatively unchanged for three to five years. 

Accountability Online 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.