MAINE – IDENTIFYING SCHOOLS

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With only a skeletal conceptual framework, it’s hard to evaluate Maine’s school plan.

 

Once it settles on a final weighting, the state will place schools into one of four categories, but Maine does not specify how those categories will overlay with the methodologies for identifying schools for improvement.

 

Maine also does not describe how it will identify schools with low graduation rates for comprehensive support status.

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Louisiana

 

Louisiana’s A-F school rating system provides stakeholders with a single, clear, summative rating to understand school performance and demonstrates how it will identify close to 17 percent of its schools for comprehensive support and improvement, well above the 5 percent required under federal law.

 

 

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