Parents Should Not Lose Easy Access to School Report Cards
Education Policy Center Director Pam Benigno discusses the latest from this week in Colorado education. State lawmakers are threatening to end the requirement that printed copies of the School Accountability Report (SAR) be delivered to parents. Poorer families without computer access will be most affected, since they often rely on the information to help find safer, better-performing schools for their children.
Posted by epc
on Mar 12th, 2009 and filed under Accountability
, School Performance
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