Report for Local Program Quality Improvement
The Report for Local Program Quality Improvement serves as a tool for school districts to use for program evaluation and improvement. Aligned with the Common Standards for Career Education Programs, the Report should be used to evaluate local career education programs to determine where exemplary programs and activities exist and where improvements should be made. The use of this tool should positively impact student performance as measured by MSIP and Perkins accountability standards.
For each program standard, the program reviewer should:
Review each program standard and the accompanying indicators and make a determination as to which of the five options best answers each indicator; and
Complete the Overall Summary by identifying the overall strengths and strategies for improvement based on the strengths and strategies for improvement for each program standard.
Note: There are five additional indicators for Agricultural Education programs. These are to be completed by Agricultural Education programs only. The results of these additional indicators should be considered in the overall strengths and strategies for improvement of the program.
Questions regarding the Report for Local Program Quality Improvement should be directed to Dennis Harden at [email protected] or (573) 751-3500.