2009 School District Report Card

2009 School District Report Card Documents

  1. Revised Report Card and Guidelines
  2. Report Card Guidelines
  3. Sample Report Card
  4. 2nd Submission — Echo-Roundtable proposed changes to new School District Report Card – 9/23/09
  5. 1st Submission — Echo-Roundtable “Transparency as the Foundation for Accountability” — 08/30/2009
  6. Parents United Together Report Card Recommendations

2009 School District Report Card Document Descriptions

Revised Report Card and Guidelines
This is Sept. 11, 2009 Revised Report Card and Revised Guidelines for review and comment by the public prior to final adoption by the MS State Board of Education.
Report Card Guidelines
The “Guidelines” were issued by the MS Dept. of Education to prescribe the proposed mandatory and voluntary elements of the Report Card required by the Children First Act of 2009.
2009 Sample Report Card
The sample Report Card was issued by the MS Dept. of Education to illustrate how to incorporate the required content on a single page.
2nd Submission — Echo-Roundtable proposed changes to new School District Report Card – 9/23/09
Round 2 (9-23-09): Southern Echo and MS Delta Catalyst Roundtable submit 14 changes to improve state-mandated Report Card intended to enable community to hold school districts accountable.
1st Submission — Echo-Roundtable “Transparency as the Foundation for Accountability” – 08/30/2009
Southern Echo and the MS Delta Catalyst Roundtable proposed 12 recommendations to enhance the transparency of the Report Card to enable community to hold school districts accountable.
Parents United Together Report Card Recommendations
Here is a PDF of the Report Card recommendations of Parents United Together that were presented by Mandy Rogers at the Sept. 2 hearing.

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