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Massachusetts Charter Schools

Accountability

Guidelines for Writing Charter School Accountability Plans

A charter school creates an Accountability Plan to articulate to the community and the state what goals the school will use to measure its success. These Guidelines for Writing Charter School Accountability Plans are intended to give schools guidance on the type of data that provide compelling evidence, the desirable structure for goals and objectives, and how to most clearly present results. With these tools in mind, schools can write rigorous and measurable accountability plans that will serve them well as they participate in the charter school accountability process, especially at the time of renewal. Accountability Plans are written in a school's first year of operation and serve as an important tool to guide the use of data and policy decisions regarding the school's program.

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Guidelines for Writing Charter School Accountability Plans


Last Updated: April 13, 2016
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