Tuolumne COE | BP 0500 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives and Comprehensive Plans
The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office recognizes its responsibility to ensure accountability to the public for the performance of County Office schools. The County Superintendent or designee shall regularly review the effectiveness of the County Office programs, personnel, and fiscal operations, with a focus on the County Office effectiveness in improving student achievement. The County Superintendent or designee shall establish systems and processes to monitor results and to evaluate the County Office progress toward accomplishing the County Office vision and goals.
(cf. 0000 - Vision)
(cf. 0200 - Goals for the School District)
(cf. 0400 - Comprehensive Plans)
(cf. 2140 - Evaluation of the Superintendent)
(cf. 3460 - Financial Accountability and Reports)
(cf. 4115 - Evaluation/Supervision)
(cf. 4215 - Evaluation/Supervision)
(cf. 4315 - Evaluation/Supervision)
(cf. 6011 - Academic Standards)
(cf. 6141 - Curriculum Development and Evaluation)
(cf. 6190 - Evaluation of the Instructional Program)
(cf. 9000 - Role of the Board)
(cf. 9005 - Governance Standards)
(cf. 9400 - Board Self-Evaluation)
The Tuolumne County Board of Education and the County Superintendent shall agree upon appropriate measures of County Office, school/program site, and student performance and shall establish a schedule for providing regular reports to the County Board and the public regarding County Office progress.
(cf. 0510 - School Accountability Report Card)
(cf. 1100 - Communication with the Public)
(cf. 1112 - Media Relations)
Opportunities for feedback from students, parents/guardians, staff, and community members shall be made available as part of the review and evaluation of County Office programs and operations.
(cf. 6020 - Parent Involvement)
Indicators of County Office progress in improving student achievement shall include, but not be limited to, the Academic Performance Index (API) established by the state's accountability system, measures of "adequate yearly progress" (AYP) required under the federal accountability system, and the Alternative School Accountability Model (ASAM) selected indicators for student achievement for alternative schools.
(cf. 0520 - Intervention for Underperforming Schools)
(cf. 0520.1 - High Priority Schools Grant Program)
(cf. 0520.2 - Title I Program Improvement Schools)
(cf. 0520.3 - Title I Program Improvement Districts)
(cf. 6162.5 - Student Assessment)
(cf. 6162.51 - Standardized Testing and Reporting Program)
(cf. 6162.52 - High School Exit Examination)
Following the annual publication of the API and ASAM rankings by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the County Board shall, at a regularly scheduled meeting, discuss the results of each school's annual performance. (Education Code 52056)
This discussion shall include an examination of scores from the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program and ASAM by school/program site.
(cf. 3553 - Free and Reduced Price Meals)
Evaluation results may be used as a basis for identifying and developing strategies to address disparities in achievement among student subgroups, implementing programmatic changes, determining the need for additional support or assistance, awarding incentives or rewards, and establishing other performance-based consequences.
51041 Evaluation of the educational program
CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5
UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 20
6311 Accountability, adequate yearly progress
6312 Local educational agency plan
6316 School and district improvement
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 34
Maximizing School Board Governance
California Department of Education, Accountability: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac
U.S. Department of Education, No Child Left Behind: http://www.nclb.gov
Policy TUOLUMNE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
adopted: May 30, 2008 Sonora, California