HB18-1019

HB18-1019 - Kindergarten Through Twelfth Grade Accreditation Weighted Factors

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Concerning criteria applied in determining performance ratings for entities in the elementary and secondary public education system.

For purposes of determining annual accreditation categories for school districts and the state charter school institute (institute), and for determining a public school's performance plan, the bill requires the state board of education (state board) to establish weighted values that assign greater value to high school graduation rates that are based on more rigorous course work requirements for achievement of a high school diploma.

The bill requires the state board to compare school district performance based on school district size to ensure that accreditation categories are fairly and equitably assigned across school districts of similar size.

The state board shall also assign greater value to public schools, school districts, and the institute for graduation requirements that meet or exceed the Colorado commission on higher education's suggested college admission course requirements.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

House Committees

Latest update: January 10, 2018
01/10/2018 - Introduced In House - Assigned to Education