School Report Cards Now Available

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October 18, 2013 CCSA's 2013 Academic Accountability Report Cards are now available, showing new (2012-13) academic performance results for all charter public schools in California within CCSA's academic accountability performance framework. The report card can be a valuable tool to gauge school performance against all schools and to help illustrate your school's progress to internal and external stakeholders.

We are aware that school results are sometimes inaccurately reported to the CDE. We urge you to review your report card to confirm your school's demographic information and submit data corrections to both CCSA and the CDE as soon as possible.

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2013-14 Accountability Timeline

CCSA will send regular updates to our members related to accountability and guidance to schools in successfully transitioning to Common Core during the fall.

  • September: Regional Meetings - CCSA staff will walk through our Accountability Framework, 2013-14 timeline and field questions.
  • Oct. 15: CCSA will publish individual school Academic Accountability Report Cards at http://snapshots.ccsa.org *Note that report cards will not publish online for any schools below CCSA's Criteria for Non-Renewal. This group of schools will receive an email from CCSA with a PDF of their report card andhave the opportunity to provide additional data.
  • Oct. 15 - Nov. 27: All schools, but notably schools below the minimum criteria will have the opportunity make data corrections and submit additional data like Academic Growth over Time (AGT Reports) during this period and receive a "second look" at their academic performance data.
  • Dec. 19: CCSA will publicly call for the non-renewal of schools that are below our Minimum Criteria for Renewal and that are up for renewal before June 30, 2014