Matthew Eide is a Senior Advisor at Education Northwest. His work focuses primarily on technical assistance related to American Indian and Alaska Native education, rural education, school and system improvement, and alternative education. Prior to joining Education Northwest, Eide developed and ran an alternative school that served youth experiencing homelessness and housing instability in Portland, and chaired the Social Studies department in a large urban high school in Los Angeles. He holds a M.Ed. from UCLA and is pursuing an Ed.D at the University of Oregon.
Alternative Accountability Toolkit Receive an alternative accountability toolkit based on work Education NorthWest has done with school districts and states in the Northwest. The toolkit includes templates and guidelines for developing and implementing accountability systems that reflect the complexity of alternative programs. The Session will also address considerations for multiple measure accountability under the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Session attendees will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the toolkit that will be used to inform and improve the next iteration.
the annual alternative accountability policy forum is a conference from: