MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

12:00 AM

Student-Centered Accountability Project
Student success is defined by more than a single test score. You're invited to join superintendents from Buena Vista, Monte Vista, La Veta, Kit Carson, and Buffalo RE4J on May 22 from 1:30-3 p.m. to learn more about the Student-Centered Accountability Program (SCAP). This comprehensive approach to accountability goes beyond single test scores to help districts gain a deeper understanding of student growth and achievement, develop meaningful plans for continuous improvement, and communicate in dynamic ways to local communities. This innovative, transparent, peer-driven, and supported evaluation model that has been given a Resolution of Support from the State Board of Education allows districts to broaden the definition of student success and measure what matters most to their local communities: the everyday, authentic cycle of learning in classrooms. Join practitioners at the forefront of this movement, ask questions, and learn about how your district can join the Student-Centered Accountability Program in the future. Register at Don't miss out on this opportunity! -School System Review by peers focused on district-determined strengths and challenges -A meaningful program cross-walked with the state's Unified Improvement Planning process -Digital templates for stakeholder communication that get your community connected - Sharing resources and ideas on implementing meaningful measures like social and emotional learning

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