- Foundations and Basic Commitments
Accountability/Commitment to Accomplishment
File: AE (pdf)
Adopted: Model adopted June 16, 1977
Revised: March 13, 2001, August 14, 2012, December 11, 2018
ACCOUNTABILITY/COMMITMENT TO ACCOMPLISHMENT
(Including District Accountability Committee and School Accountability Committees)
The Board accepts its ultimate responsibility for the academic accomplishments of district students. Consistent with this responsibility and as required by law, the Board shall adopt and maintain an accountability program to measure the adequacy and efficiency of the educational program.
In accordance with state law, the Board shall appoint a district accountability committee. Each principal shall appoint a school accountability committee. The district accountability committee and school accountability committees shall have those powers and duties prescribed by state law, and shall be organized as set forth in the regulation accompanying this policy. The Board and the district accountability committee shall, at least annually, cooperatively determine the areas and issues, in addition to budget issues, that the district accountability committee shall study and the issues on which it may make recommendations to the Board.
All district accountability committee meetings and school accountability committee meetings shall be open to the public. Meeting notices for district accountability committee meetings shall be posted in the same place and manner as notices of Board meetings. Notices for school accountability committee meetings shall be posted in the school.
C.R.S. 22-2-117 (waivers from State Board of Education)
C.R.S. 22-11-101 et seq. (Education Accountability Act of 2009)
C.R.S. 22-11-301 and 302 (district accountability committee)
C.R.S. 22-11-401 and 402 (school accountability committees)
1 CCR 301-1, Rules 2202-R-1.00 et seq. (accreditation rules)
End of File: AE