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Details of Tracking Number  2010-00028

CCR details

Tracking Number 2010-00028
Type of Filing Permanent Rule
Department 300 Department of Education
Agency 301 Colorado State Board of Education
CCR Number 1 CCR 301-1

Proposed rule

Notice Filed with SOS 01/21/2010
Rule ProposedRuleAttach2010-00028.RTF
Statutory Authority 22-2-107(1)(c) and 22-11-104 C.R.S.
Description of Subjects/Issues Statewide Accountability and Accreditation for K-12 education
Purpose/Objective of Rule The basic purposes of the Education Accountability Act of 2009 are: To provide a process for the State Board of Education to fulfill its constitutional responsibility for supervising the Public Schools of the state; To focus the attention of educators, parents, students and other members of the community on maximizing every student?s progress toward Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness and post graduation success;To report information concerning performance at the State level, School District or Institute level and individual Public School level that is perceived by educators, parents and students as fair, balanced, cumulative, credible and useful; To provide more academic performance information, and fewer labels, to move from a punitive accountability system to one that is positive and focused on learning and achieving high levels of academic performance; To hold the State, School Districts, the Institute and individual Public Schools accountable for performance on the same set of indicators and related measures statewide; To ensure performance indicators and measures are aligned through a single accountability system to the extent possible that objectively evaluates the performance of the thorough and uniform statewide system of public education for all groups of students at the State, School District or Institute and individual Public School levels and, as appropriate, reward success and provide support for improvement at each level; To employ a differentiated approach to state intervention based on performance and need, whereby demonstration of high performance results in greater autonomy and demonstration of high need results in greater support and intervention.
Submitted in response to issues raised by COLS/OLLS? No
Is this rule adopted in response to recent legislation?
Hearing Date 03/10/2010
Hearing Time 02:00 PM
Hearing Location Colorado Department of Education
Contact Name Mary Frances Nevans
Contact Title Director of State Board Relations
Contact Telephone 303 866-6809
Contact email Nevans_mf@cde.state.co.us

Adopted rule

Adopted Rules AdoptedRules02010-00028.RTF
Redline Redline2010-00028.RTF
Adopted Date 04/15/2010
AGO requested date 04/15/2010
Attorney General Opinion 04/23/2010
Effective Date 05/31/2010
Inserted into CCR 05/24/2010