The district is reopening the naming process of its new high school after a social media outcry from unhappy patrons.
Four days earlier, the State Board had given preliminary approval to a proposal to limit high school students’ dual-credit course options.
The State Board of Education is hosting forums around the state to gather comments about a new school accountability model.
The State Board wants to crack down on bad teacher evaluations data. When the idea went public this week, education leaders were caught off-guard.
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The state won’t likely mandate what districts and charter schools can save, leaving that decision to local control. But two lawmakers say the state could offer some guidance.
Turnouts have been sparse, but State Board of Education officials say the feedback has been useful.
In response to media reports suggesting the public was not adequately notified about the “special board meeting” or the agenda items, state board leaders plan to do the meeting over.
The charter hopes a mastery-based model will help its end goal of “creating patriotic and educated leaders” who go on to college.
District superintendents who send in false data could be subject to fines of up to $50,000. The board discussed the idea Monday, during a meeting held with little public notice.