Why does it matter?
|Are schools and/or districts required to use this data for school improvement purposes?|
|Arkansas||Yes, the state board of education must ensure that each school district and high school develops strategies to improve student readiness for the postsecondary level based on annual analysis of the feedback report data.|
|Florida||Yes, as a part of the school improvement plan the state board of education must ensure that each school district and high school develops strategies to improve student readiness for the public postsecondary level based on annual analysis of the feedback report data.|
|North Carolina||The state board of education requires the local boards of education to provide to parents information contained in the feedback reports with the exception of confidential student information contained in the report.|
|Texas||The feedback report is part of the larger Performance Report produced by the board of trustees in each district in the state. The performance report must be used as a "primary consideration" in district and school planning and in evaluating the performance of state education institutions and leaders.|
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