Process, Not Project – Case Study of Georgia, Illinois, and Virginia’s Efforts to Produce User-Friendly School Report Cards is a case study that describes the experience of three states in various stages of their school report card development.
This document, A School Finder to Empower: Case Study of Louisiana’s New School Report Card, shows how one state went from theory to action in the development and implementation of a new report card system.
This website is a repository of accountability and reporting resources, such as state and school report card examples. To access the website please go to: https://resourcelibrary.ccsso.org/
State report cards should help families, educators, policymakers, and other critical stakeholders in your state understand and act on education information for schools, school districts, and your state as a whole.
On December 10. 2015, President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA or “the Act”).