What makes a good school? A task force could recommend changes to how Colorado answers that question.1 min read
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Two bills before the Colorado legislature would spur changes to the system Colorado uses to measure school quality and improve performance. Both bills are in response to an audit of the school accountability system, despite that review finding the system to be “reasonable and appropriate.”
One bill, which enjoys broad bipartisan support, would create a task force to recommend changes to the system. A more controversial bill would seek to dramatically reduce the use of standardized testing.
While finding that Colorado’s school accountability system was working as designed, the audit also raised questions about whether the system lets schools serving mostly…
Erica Meltzer, Chalkbeat
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