State Leaders Brief Lawmakers on School Performance Grades Redesign

By June 1, 2023 News
On Tuesday, State Superintendent Catherine Truitt provided an update on school performance grades redesign to members of the House Education K-12 Committee. See the committee’s meeting agenda here.
Work to redesign the state’s accountability model centers around eight potential indicators, reflecting both academics and school quality. The goal in the months ahead is to evaluate and study the indicators, sharing a policy proposal with the General Assembly by next February. Implementation of a potential pilot is expected to take place during the 2024-25 school year.

Here’s the screenshot outlining potential indicators:

Screenshot from: “School Performance Grade Redesign,” State Superintendent Catherine Truitt, Deputy State Superintendent Michael Maher, Assistant State Superintendent Andrew Smith, House Education-K-12 Committee, May 30, 2023.

Kristen Blair

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Kristen Blair is the communications director for the North Carolina Coalition for Charter Schools.

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