How New State Accountability Systems Can Support School Inclusion and Student Success
The Learning Policy Institute recently published a brief titled, “Advancing Educational Equity for Undeserved Youth: How New State Accountability Systems Can Support School Inclusion and Student Success,” written by Jessica Cardichon & Linda Darling-Hammond.
This brief highlights educational equity and Social Emotional Learning. This piece examines the current accountability systems on the state-level, paying specific attention to Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
This piece argues that on the state-level, administration can work to track suspension and expulsion rates, incentivize schools to improve school climate, monitor attendance and chronic absenteeism, use an extended-year graduation rate, and measure completion of college-ready courses of study to promote social emotional learning.
Read and download the full report here.
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From Staff, American Institutes for Research