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Why Focus on State Accountability Systems?

Accountability systems are an important part of state efforts to increase student achievement. States use accountability systems to articulate their goals and priorities for public education, report publicly on school performance, and shape their work with districts, schools and educators. Schools and districts use accountability systems to identify their strengths and challenges and focus their continuous improvement efforts.

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Oklahoma – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Oklahoma - Elementary and Middle Schools (35 Academic Achievement / 30 Other Academic Indicator / 15 English Language Proficiency Progress / 10 School Quality or Student Success) and High Schools (45 Academic Achievement / 20 School Quality or Student Success / 15 English Language Proficiency Progress / 10 Graduation Rate)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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West Virginia – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in West Virginia - Elementary and Middle Grades (29% School Quality or Student Success / 28% Academic Achievement / 28% Other Academic Indicator / 14% English Language Proficiency Progress) and High Schools (37.5% School Quality or Student Success / 25% Academic Achievement / 25% Graduation Rate / 12.5% English Language Proficiency Progress)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Texas – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Texas - Elementary and Middle Grades (40% Academic Achievement / 40% Other Academic Indicator / 10% School Quality or Student Success / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress) and High Schools (50% Academic Achievement / 30% School Quality or Student Success / 10% Graduation Rate / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Tennessee – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Tennessee - Elementary and Middle Grades (45% Academic Achievement / 35% Other Academic Indicator / 10% School Quality or Student Success / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress) and High Schools (30% Academic Achievement (English Language Arts, Math and Science) / 30% School Quality or Student Success / 25% Academic Achievement (Student Growth) / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress / 5% Graduation Rate)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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South Carolina – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in South Carolina - Elementary and Middle Grades (35% Academic Achievement / 35% Other Academic Indicator / 20% School Quality or Student Success / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress) and High Schools (40% School Quality or Student Success / 25% Academic Achievement / 25% Graduation Rate / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Maryland – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Maryland - Elementary and Middle Grades (35% Other Academic Indicator / 35% School Quality or Student Success / 20% Academic Achievement / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress) and High Schools (35% School Quality or Student Success / 30% Academic Achievement / 15% Graduation Rate / 10% Readiness for Postsecondary Success  / 10% English Language Proficiency Progress)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Georgia – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Georgia - Elementary and Middle Grades (35% Other Academic Indicator (Student Growth) and English Language Proficiency Progress / 30% Academic Achievement / 20% School Quality or Student Success / 15% Other academic indicator (Closing gaps)) and High Schools (30% Academic Achievement (Student Growth) and English Language Proficiency Progress / 30% Academic Achievement (English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies) / 15% School quality or student success (Readiness) / 15% Graduation Rate / School quality or student success (Closing Gaps))

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Louisiana – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Louisiana - Elementary Schools (50% Academic Achievement and English Language Proficiency Progress / 25% Other Academic Indicator / 25% School Quality or Student Success), Middle Grades (46.67% Academic Achievement and English Language Proficiency Progress / 28.33% School Quality or Student Success / 25% Other Academic Indicator) and High Schools (41.67% Graduation Rate / 37.5% School Quality or Student Success / 20.83% Academic Achievement and English Language Proficiency Progress)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.

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Arkansas – Accountability

Weights assigned to each indicator in Arkansas - Elementary and Middle Grades (50% Other Academic Indicator and English Language Proficiency Progress / 35% Academic Achievement / 15% School Quality or Student Success) and High Schools (35% Academic Achievement (Student Growth) and English Language Proficiency Progress / 35% Academic Achievement (English Language Arts and Math) / 15% School Quality or Student Success / 15% Graduation Rate)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. ESSA requires states to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) describing the state systems for evaluating school performance and holding schools accountable for improvement. States could submit their plans to the US ED by either April 3 or September 18, 2017. After receiving feedback on their plans from the US ED, states finalize their plans. State accountability systems take effect in school year 2017-18.