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District and School Improvement
School Improvement encompasses a system of accountability for districts and schools. Student performance is assessed as a measure to
determine whether state educational standards are being achieved. In the event that a district or school performance does not meet state standards,
measures are developed and used to promote improvement. Additionally, within the tenets of school improvement, the State Board of Education has
authority to impose sanctions and rewards as related to school performance.
Links and Resources
Reporting Assurance of School Improvement Plan Approval and School
Advisory Council Composition
Pursuant to Section 1008.345(6)(c), Florida Statutes, the Department annually collects assurances that all schools in a district have approved School Improvement Plans and the required School Advisory Council composition. 2009-2010 assurances are submitted via a Web-based report, which may be accessed using the link above.
School Advisory Council (SAC)
Defines council, references related Florida State Law, guide for SAC Members, TA publication and website links.
Student, School & District Data
This link provides school, district, and state reports including AYP, school grades, and FCAT.
Title I, Part A School Improvement Grants 1003(a) and 1003(g)
The FDOE provides LEAs with resources to support their student achievement goals. Funds are awarded through this program to LEAs to support extra
services for low-performing Title I schools.
The FDOE works with LEAs through its Statewide System of Support, which offers assistance in aligning resources and provides
strategies and support for increasing the foundational skills of students and improving the quality of teaching.