Commissioner Mitchell Chester is proposing to freeze school and district accountability for level 1-3 for 2017-2018. A proposed change to the regulations was voted to
Fire up the comment machines. Massachusetts’s draft state plan for school and district accountability is now available. Public comment is open until March 9, 2017.
An executive order by the current White House administration to delay any regulations that have not yet taken affect for up to 60 days. This
Preliminary 2016 MCAS Results: Districts and schools now have embargoed access to their full preliminary MCAS and MCAS-Alt results in English language arts, mathematics, and
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act requires state education agencies engage with stakeholders – students, parents, educators, community – in developing their new accountability, funding,
If you have an opinion on the methods Massachusetts uses to rank schools based upon test scores, DESE wants to hear it! DESE Seeking feedback