Program Evaluation - 2130
The Board recognizes the value of program evaluation to improve educational programs and practices. The Board strives to achieve efficiency and effectiveness in all facets of its operations. In order to achieve this goal, the Board shall strive to set forth:
- a clear statement of expectations and purpose for the District's instruction programs,
- a provision for staff, resources and support to achieve the stated expectations and purposes; and
- a plan for evaluating instructional programs and services to determine how well expectations and purposes are being met.
Any system of accountability should measure the results, the program, a department, a school or the District against its own baseline. The District will use a variety of evaluation processes to determine the effectiveness of its programs. Comparisons with other results, programs, departments, schools or districts may also be useful but may not be meaningful in assessing performance if they do not account for differences in other variables that affect the results.
The Superintendent shall prepare an annual report which reflects the degree to which District program goals have been accomplished.
RCW 28A.230.095 Essential academic learning requirements and assessments
WAC 392-500-020 Pupil tests and records--Tests--School district policy in writing
WAC 392-500-030 Pupil tests and records--Certain tests, questionnaires, etc.--Limitations
WAC 392-500-035 Pupil tests and records--Diagnostic personality tests--Parental permission required
Adoption Date: April 21, 1998
Revised: December 14, 1998
Revised: March 28, 2005
Revised: January 28, 2013
Revised: July 11, 2016