Idaho Statutes

33-5209A.  accountability. (1) Performance framework. The performance provisions within the performance certificate shall be based upon a performance framework that clearly sets forth the academic and operational performance indicators, measures and metrics that will guide the authorized chartering entity’s evaluations of each public charter school. The performance framework shall include indicators, measures and metrics for, at a minimum:
(a)  Student academic proficiency;
(b)  Student academic growth;
(c)  College and career readiness (for high schools); and
(d)  Board performance and stewardship, including compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and terms of the performance certificate.
(2)  Measurable performance targets shall be set by each charter holder for each public charter school for which it holds a charter in conjunction with its authorized chartering entity and shall, at a minimum, require that each school meet applicable federal, state and authorized chartering entity goals for student achievement.
(3)  The performance framework shall allow the inclusion of additional rigorous, valid and reliable indicators proposed by a charter holder to augment external evaluations of its performance, provided that the authorized chartering entity approves the quality and rigor of such proposed indicators, and that they are consistent with the purposes of this chapter.
(4)  For each public charter school it oversees, the authorized chartering entity shall be responsible for analyzing and reporting all data from state assessments in accordance with the performance framework.

[33-5209A, added 2013, ch. 343, sec. 11, p. 922; am. 2016, ch. 271, sec. 10, p. 746.]

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