How California is Adapting its Accountability System in the Face of Coronavirus
April 26, 2020
Posted at 13:30h in California
Like states across the country, California has had to make some major changes to its accountability system to adapt to the monumental challenges the coronavirus pandemic has posed for educators. This informative Q&A from EdSource helps provide a quick overview on where things currently stand in California’s “painstakingly instituted accountability system.” Find out how the widespread school closures due to the pandemic will impact everything from standardized testing to English learners’ language skills assessments to a requirement for districts to adopt Local Control and Accountability Plans for 2020-2021 to how schools will be identified for improvement next year under ESSA, and more.