The Denver Plan 2020 is a five-year strategic plan that was formulated with extensive community input and engagement.
This is a sample Asset Transfer MOU between two public charter schools in Washington DC, one who was closing and one who was becoming the restart operator.
This presentation is shared with prospective school applicants who are interested in opening schools in Washington DC.
This policy document outlines how schools and districts are designated for turnaround status in Colorado and what happens if they remain in turnaround status for several years.
This brief helps explain how Colorado computes a student growth percentile for each student, based on a matched cohort of students with similar test score histories.
The Camden City School District released this press announcement in February 2016 to communicate agreements between renaissance school (restart) operators and local community groups to expand the operators’ neighborhood-focused approach
This document is the Mastery Schools’ (restart operator) annual report to the NJ DOE on restart performance.
Contract between Camden school district (authorizer) and Mastery schools (operator) outlines performance expectations, student enrollment requirements, data sharing, and facilities.
Camden school district used this RFP in January 2014 for its second round of Renaissance School projects, as established by New Jersey’s Urban Hope Act.
This presentation was used by Camden City School District in March 2015 to communicate options that Camden is exploring to improve its lowest performing schools.