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(a) By July 1, 2004, the department shall develop, subject to review and approval by the State Board of Education, an interim report for submission to the Legislature regarding the status of the program established pursuant to this article. The interim report shall, at a minimum, detail the following:

(1) The number of school administrators who received training offered pursuant to this article.

(2) The entities that received funds for the purpose of offering training pursuant to this article and the number of school administrators that each has trained.

(3) A comparison of the Academic Performance Index scores for schools within participating local educational agencies for the year before the school's administrators receive training pursuant to this article and for the first year after the school's administrators complete the training provided pursuant to this article.

(4) Relevant data required to be included in the school accountability report card pursuant to Section 33126.

(b) By July 1, 2005, the department shall develop, subject to review and approval by the State Board of Education, a second report for submission to the Legislature regarding the program established pursuant to this article. The second report shall, at a minimum, detail the following:

(1) The number of school administrators who received training offered pursuant to this article.

(2) The entities that received funds for the purpose of offering training pursuant to this article and the number of school administrators that each has trained.

(3) Information detailing the effectiveness of the program established pursuant to this article. This information, at a minimum, shall incorporate survey data concerning program effectiveness that has been gathered from program participants.

(4) Information detailing the retention rate of school administrators who participated in training offered pursuant to this article.

(5) A comparison of the Academic Performance Index scores for schools within participating local educational agencies for the year before the school's administrators receive training pursuant to this article and for the second year after the school's administrators complete the training provided pursuant to this article.

(6) Relevant data required to be included in the school accountability report card pursuant to Section 33126.

(c) By July 1, 2008, the department shall develop, subject to review and approval by the State Board of Education, an interim report for submission to the Legislature regarding the program established pursuant to this article. The interim report shall, at a minimum, detail the following:

(1) The number of school administrators who received training offered pursuant to this article.

(2) The entities that received funds for the purpose of offering training pursuant to this article and the number of school administrators that each has trained.

(3) Information detailing the effectiveness of the program established pursuant to this article. This information, at a minimum, shall incorporate survey data concerning program effectiveness that has been gathered from program participants.

(4) Information detailing the retention rate of school administrators who participated in training offered pursuant to this article.

(5) A comparison of the Academic Performance Index scores for schools within participating local educational agencies for the year before the school's administrators receive training pursuant to this article and for the second year after the school's administrators complete the training provided pursuant to this article.

(6) Relevant data required to be included in the school accountability report card pursuant to Section 33126.

(d) By January 30, 2013, the department shall develop, subject to review and approval by the State Board of Education, a final report for submission to the Legislature regarding the program established pursuant to this article. The final report shall, at a minimum, detail the following:

(1) The number of school administrators who received training offered pursuant to this article.

(2) The entities that received funds for the purpose of offering training pursuant to this article and the number of school administrators that each has trained.

(3) Information detailing the effectiveness of the program established pursuant to this article. This information, at a minimum, shall incorporate survey data concerning program effectiveness that has been gathered from program participants.

(4) Information detailing the retention rate of school administrators who participated in training offered pursuant to this article.

(5) A comparison of the Academic Performance Index scores for schools within participating local educational agencies for the year before the school's administrators receive training pursuant to this article and for the second year after the school's administrators complete the training provided pursuant to this article.

(6) Relevant data required to be included in the school accountability report card pursuant to Section 33126.

(Amended by Stats. 2005, Ch. 364, Sec. 6.)

Reference:

Education Code 33126