Attend the Alternative Accountability Policy Forum,
November 15-17, in San Diego
On Wednesday, November 15th, the Department of Education will discuss the strategy for incorporating alternative accountability metrics into the California Accountability Model & School Dashboard. On Thursday and Friday, November 16th and 17th, continue the exploration of accountability for alternative schools by discussing what's been successful in states including Arizona, Colorado, Kentucky, and others. Leading national experts will discuss what ESSA-compliant means for schools serving opportunity youth and other over-age and under-credited students. Join with colleagues to share best practices and explore what can be done to advocate for your students.
Celebrate with other education leaders the success of your contemporaries at the RAPSA Awards luncheon. If you have associates or students that you would like to nominate for the Heart, Vision or Courage awards, you may nominate them here.
Please note that each of the five student "Courage" awards will include a $1,000 scholarship by the generosity of Learn4Life.
RAPSA is a non-profit professional development association that serves education leaders providing a hand up to students who are at-promise of success. RAPSA serves school districts, county offices of education and charter schools that focus on reengaging students and providing pathways to career and college. If you want a place where your challenges are understood and meaningful options are presented, you need to be at the 2017 Alternative Accountability Policy Forum this November.
Praise from prior attendees -
"Very specific, concrete examples of accountability measures used for alternative education schools."
"For me, the session really represented the essence of the forum - learning from best practices in alternative accountability. This presentation needs to be in front of policy makers at state agencies."