The Principal Autonomy Pilot Program Initiative (PAPPI) is a voluntary program in seven school districts that grants participating principals greater authority and autonomy.
For 2016, Florida received an overall score of 72.4 points, a grade of C-, and an overall rank of 30th.
If the August 29, 2016 meeting is any indication, the Broward Bond Oversight Committee is getting more and more comfortable in its role of overseeing the implementation of the $800 million general obligation bond program approved by Broward voters to renovate and improve Broward’s public ...
For the first time since the 1980s, the federal government’s role in elementary and secondary education is shrinking. Passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) last December gives states greater flexibility and control over the way student achievement is measured.