1 Committee On Public Secondary Schools Standards for Accreditation Effective 2011 New England Association of Schools & Colleges 3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100 Burlington, MA Tel Fax
2 Committee On Public Secondary Schools TEACHING AND LEARNING STANDARDS CORE VALUES, BELIEFS, AND LEARNING EXPECTATIONS CURRICULUM INSTRUCTION ASSESSMENT OF AND FOR STUDENT LEARNING
3 Teaching and Learning Standard 1 Core Values, Beliefs, and Learning Expectations Effective schools identify core values and beliefs about learning that function as explicit foundational commitments to students and the community. Decision-making remains focused on and aligned with these critical commitments. Core values and beliefs manifest themselves in research-based, school-wide 21 st century learning expectations. Every component of the school is driven by the core values and beliefs and supports all students achievement of the school s learning expectations. 1. The school community engages in a dynamic, collaborative, and inclusive process informed by current research-based best practices to identify and commit to its core values and beliefs about learning. 2. The school has challenging and measurable 21 st century learning expectations for all students which address academic, social, and civic competencies, and are defined by school-wide analytic rubrics that identify targeted high levels of achievement. 3. The school s core values, beliefs, and 21 st century learning expectations are actively reflected in the culture of the school, drive curriculum, instruction, and assessment in every classroom, and guide the school s policies, procedures, decisions, and resource allocations. 4. The school regularly reviews and revises its core values, beliefs, and 21 st century learning expectations based on research, multiple data sources, as well as district and school community priorities.
4 Teaching and Learning Standard 2 Curriculum The written and taught curriculum is designed to result in all students achieving the school's 21 st century expectations for student learning. The written curriculum is the framework within which a school aligns and personalizes the school's 21 st century learning expectations. The curriculum includes a purposefully designed set of course offerings, co-curricular programs, and other learning opportunities. The curriculum reflects the school s core values, beliefs, and learning expectations. The curriculum is collaboratively developed, implemented, reviewed, and revised based on analysis of student performance and current research. 1. The curriculum is purposefully designed to ensure that all students practice and achieve each of the school's 21 st century learning expectations. 2. The curriculum is written in a common format that includes: units of study with essential questions, concepts, content, and skills the school s 21 st century learning expectations instructional strategies assessment practices that include the use of school-wide analytic and course-specific rubrics. 3. The curriculum emphasizes depth of understanding and application of knowledge through: inquiry and problem-solving higher order thinking cross-disciplinary learning authentic learning opportunities both in and out of school informed and ethical use of technology. 4. There is clear alignment between the written and taught curriculum. 5. Effective curricular coordination and vertical articulation exist between and among all academic areas within the school as well as with sending schools in the district. 6. Staffing levels, instructional materials, technology, equipment, supplies, facilities, and the resources of the library/media center are sufficient to fully implement the curriculum, including the co-curricular programs and other learning opportunities. 7. The district provides the school s professional staff with sufficient personnel, time, and financial resources for ongoing and collaborative development, evaluation, and revision of the curriculum using assessment results and current research.
5 Teaching and Learning Standard 3 Instruction The quality of instruction is the single most important factor in students achievement of the school s 21 st century learning expectations. Instruction is responsive to student needs, deliberate in its design and delivery, and grounded in the school s core values, beliefs, and learning expectations. Instruction is supported by research in best practices. Teachers are reflective and collaborative about their instructional strategies and collaborative with their colleagues to improve student learning. 1. Teachers instructional practices are continuously examined to ensure consistency with the school s core values, beliefs, and 21 st century learning expectations. 2. Teachers instructional practices support the achievement of the school s 21 st century learning expectations by: personalizing instruction engaging students in cross-disciplinary learning engaging students as active and self-directed learners emphasizing inquiry, problem-solving, and higher order thinking applying knowledge and skills to authentic tasks engaging students in self-assessment and reflection integrating technology. 3. Teachers adjust their instructional practices to meet the needs of each student by: using formative assessment, especially during instructional time strategically differentiating purposefully organizing group learning activities providing additional support and alternative strategies within the regular classroom. 4. Teachers, individually and collaboratively, improve their instructional practices by: using student achievement data from a variety of formative and summative assessments examining student work using feedback from a variety of sources, including students, other teachers, supervisors, and parents examining current research engaging in professional discourse focused on instructional practice. 5. Teachers, as adult learners and reflective practitioners, maintain expertise in their content area and in content-specific instructional practices.
6 Teaching and Learning Standard 4 Assessment of and for Student Learning Assessment informs students and stakeholders of progress and growth toward meeting the school's 21 st century learning expectations. Assessment results are shared and discussed on a regular basis to improve student learning. Assessment results inform teachers about student achievement in order to adjust curriculum and instruction. 1. The professional staff continuously employs a formal process, based on school-wide rubrics, to assess whole-school and individual student progress in achieving the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 2. The school s professional staff communicates: individual student progress in achieving the school s 21 st century learning expectations to students and their families the school s progress in achieving the school s 21 st century learning expectations to the school community. 3. Professional staff collects, disaggregates, and analyzes data to identify and respond to inequities in student achievement. 4. Prior to each unit of study, teachers communicate to students the school s applicable 21 st century learning expectations and related unit-specific learning goals to be assessed. 5. Prior to summative assessments, teachers provide students with the corresponding rubrics. 6. In each unit of study, teachers employ a range of assessment strategies, including formative and summative assessments. 7. Teachers collaborate regularly in formal ways on the creation, analysis, and revision of formative and summative assessments, including common assessments. 8. Teachers provide specific, timely, and corrective feedback to ensure students revise and improve their work. 9. Teachers regularly use formative assessment to inform and adapt their instruction for the purpose of improving student learning. 10. Teachers and administrators, individually and collaboratively, examine a range of evidence of student learning for the purpose of revising curriculum and improving instructional practice, including all of the following: student work common course and common grade-level assessments individual and school-wide progress in achieving the school s 21st century learning expectations standardized assessments data from sending schools, receiving schools, and post-secondary institutions survey data from current students and alumni. 11. Grading and reporting practices are regularly reviewed and revised to ensure alignment with the school s core values and beliefs about learning.
7 SUPPORT STANDARDS SCHOOL CULTURE AND LEADERSHIP SCHOOL RESOURCES FOR LEARNING COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR LEARNING
8 Support Standard 5 School Culture and Leadership The school culture is equitable and inclusive, and it embodies the school's foundational core values and beliefs about student learning. It is characterized by reflective, collaborative, and constructive dialogue about research-based practices that support high expectations for the learning of all students. The leadership of the school fosters a safe, positive culture by promoting learning, cultivating shared leadership, and engaging all members of the school community in efforts to improve teaching and learning. 1. The school community consciously and continuously builds a safe, positive, respectful, and supportive culture that fosters student responsibility for learning and results in shared ownership, pride, and high expectations for all. 2. The school is equitable and inclusive, ensuring access to challenging academic experiences for all students, making certain that courses throughout the curriculum are populated with students reflecting the diversity of the student body, fostering heterogeneity, and supporting the achievement of the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 3. There is a formal, on-going program(s) or process(es) through which each student has an adult in the school, in addition to the school counselor, who knows the student well and assists the student in achieving the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 4. In order to improve student learning through professional development, the principal and professional staff: engage in professional discourse for reflection, inquiry, and analysis of teaching and learning use resources outside of the school to maintain currency with best practices dedicate formal time to implement professional development apply the skills, practices, and ideas gained in order to improve curriculum, instruction, and assessment. 5. School leaders regularly use research-based evaluation and supervision processes that focus on improved student learning. 6. The organization of time supports research-based instruction, professional collaboration among teachers, and the learning needs of all students. 7. Student load and class size enable teachers to meet the learning needs of individual students. 8. The principal, working with other building leaders, provides instructional leadership that is rooted in the school s core values, beliefs, and learning expectations. 9. Teachers, students, and parents are involved in meaningful and defined roles in decision-making that promote responsibility and ownership. 10. Teachers exercise initiative and leadership essential to the improvement of the school and to increase students engagement in learning. 11. The school board, superintendent, and principal are collaborative, reflective, and constructive in achieving the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 12. The school board and superintendent provide the principal with sufficient decision-making authority to lead the school.
9 Support Standard 6 School Resources for Learning Student learning and well-being are dependent upon adequate and appropriate support. The school is responsible for providing an effective range of coordinated programs and services. These resources enhance and improve student learning and well-being and support the school's core values and beliefs. Student support services enable each student to achieve the school's 21 st century learning expectations. 1. The school has timely, coordinated, and directive intervention strategies for all students, including identified and at-risk students, that support each student s achievement of the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 2. The school provides information to families, especially to those most in need, about available student support services. 3. Support services staff use technology to deliver an effective range of coordinated services for each student. 4. School counseling services have an adequate number of certified/licensed personnel and support staff who: deliver a written, developmental program meet regularly with students to provide personal, academic, career, and college counseling engage in individual and group meetings with all students deliver collaborative outreach and referral to community and area mental health agencies and social service providers use ongoing, relevant assessment data, including feedback from the school community, to improve services and ensure each student achieves the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 5. The school's health services have an adequate number of certified/licensed personnel and support staff who: provide preventative health services and direct intervention services use an appropriate referral process conduct ongoing student health assessments use ongoing, relevant assessment data, including feedback from the school community, to improve services and ensure each student achieves the school s 21 st century learning expectations. 6. Library/media services are integrated into curriculum and instructional practices and have an adequate number of certified/licensed personnel and support staff who: are actively engaged in the implementation of the school's curriculum provide a wide range of materials, technologies, and other information services in support of the school's curriculum ensure that the facility is available and staffed for students and teachers before, during, and after school are responsive to students' interests and needs in order to support independent learning conduct ongoing assessment using relevant data, including feedback from the school community, to improve services and ensure each student achieves the school s 21 st century learning expectations.
10 7. Support services for identified students, including special education, Section 504 of the ADA, and English language learners, have an adequate number of certified/licensed personnel and support staff who: collaborate with all teachers, counselors, targeted services, and other support staff in order to achieve the school's 21 st century learning expectations provide inclusive learning opportunities for all students perform ongoing assessment using relevant data, including feedback from the school community, to improve services and ensure each student achieves the school s 21 st century learning expectations.
11 Support Standard 7 Community Resources for Learning The achievement of the school s 21 st century learning expectations requires active community, governing board, and parent advocacy. Through dependable and adequate funding, the community provides the personnel, resources, and facilities to support the delivery of curriculum, instruction, programs, and services. 1. The community and the district's governing body provide dependable funding for: a wide range of school programs and services sufficient professional and support staff ongoing professional development and curriculum revision a full range of technology support sufficient equipment sufficient instructional materials and supplies. 2. The school develops, plans, and funds programs: to ensure the maintenance and repair of the building and school plant to properly maintain, catalogue, and replace equipment to keep the school clean on a daily basis. 3. The community funds and the school implements a long-range plan that addresses: programs and services enrollment changes and staffing needs facility needs technology capital improvements. 4. Faculty and building administrators are actively involved in the development and implementation of the budget. 5. The school site and plant support the delivery of high quality school programs and services. 6. The school maintains documentation that the physical plant and facilities meet all applicable federal and state laws and are in compliance with local fire, health, and safety regulations. 7. All professional staff actively engage parents and families as partners in each student s education and reach out specifically to those families who have been less connected with the school. 8. The school develops productive parent, community, business, and higher education partnerships that support student learning.
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