CAP “Blueprint” for Alternative High Schools and Accountability

CAP “Blueprint” for Alternative High Schools and Accountability

June 15, 2018

This month, the Center for American Progress released a report that provides recommendations that aim to improve stakeholders’ “ability to conduct much-needed investigation into the experience of students in alternative schools, while striking a balance between accurate measurement and rigorous expectations.” ESSA “requires that proficiency standards mean that students meeting them do not need remedial education when in college,” and “intends to set the expectation that all students should be prepared for the next step when they receive a high school diploma.”