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Accreditation and Program Approval, PK-12

Accreditation and program approval focus on an ongoing improvement process for schools, school districts, and practitioner preparation programs. General accreditation standards (Chapter 12) are the minimum requirements that must be met by an Iowa public school district to be accredited. A nonpublic school must meet the general accreditation standards if it wishes to be designated as accredited for operation in Iowa. All Iowa colleges and universities or organizations engaged in the preparation of practitioners or administrators and seeking State Board approval of their program shall meet the Standards for Practitioner and Administrator Preparation Programs contained in 281—Iowa Administrative Code 79.

Annual Notices and Deadlines for Public and Nonpublic Schools

Annual Progress Report AEA

Annual Progress Report LEA

Comprehensive Improvement Plan AEA

Comprehensive School Improvement Plan LEA

Differentiated Accountability

Equity Education

Graduation Requirements

Nonpublic School Accreditation

School Improvement

Waivers and Exemptions

Whole Grade Sharing

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on November 26, 2021 at 9:32pm.