High School-Level Accountability
Compare program features across several states
Select one or more states (Default is all states)
U.S. Territories and D.C.
Select one or more indicators (Default is all indicators)
Indicators for High School Accountability
What indicators/measures of quality does the state use to determine high school performance?
What indicators/measures are used for reporting purposes?
Notification and Supports for Low-Performing High Schools
State required to provide written warning?
State or other entity required to provide technical assistance?
State required to provide additional funding to low-performing school?
Low-performing school required to create and implement improvement plan?
Does another entity, such as the state, have to create an improvement plan for a low-performing school?
Sanctions for Low-Performing High Schools
Does the state have the authority to place a school on probation?
Does the state have the authority to remove a low-performing school's accreditation?
Does the state have the authority to reconstitute staff?
Does the state have the authority to reopen the school as a public charter school?
Does the state have the authority to take over the school?
Does the state have the authority to contract with an outside entity to operate the school?
Can the state require some other major restructuring?
Does the state reward high-performing schools?
School rewards monetary or nonmonetary?
Are reward recipients school and/or staff?
Can school rewards be used for staff bonuses?
Are school rewards based on absolute performance or school improvement?