ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION

ELEMENTS: ACCOUNTABILITY FOR RESULTS

States should allow alternative programs the flexibility they need to move students along proficiency-based pathways, while ensuring that the programs expect students to meet the common statewide standards. States also should give alternative programs credit within the state's accountability system for reengaging and holding onto students and for hitting key benchmarks toward common graduation and college-ready standards.

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