Nev. Admin. Code § 385.Sec. 4 - NEW

Current through August 4, 2021

1. The board of trustees of a school district in which a public school has been approved by the State Board to be rated using an alternative performance framework or the sponsor of a charter school that has been approved to be rated using an alternative performance framework, as applicable, must notify the State Board if:
(a) The school no longer meets the requirements for eligibility to be rated using the alternative performance framework set forth in subsection 3 of section 3 of Senate Bill No. 460, chapter 429, Statutes of Nevada 2015, at page 2458 (NRS 385A.740 ); or
(b) The school no longer wishes to be rated using an alternative performance framework.
2. The State Board will continue to use the alternative performance framework to rate a school for which notice is received pursuant to subsection 1, or for which the State Board determines no longer meets the requirements to be rated using the alternative performance framework set forth in subsection 3 of section 3 of Senate Bill No. 460, chapter 429, Statutes of Nevada 2015, at page 2458 (NRS 385A.740 ), until the next school year.
3. After a school has been rated using the alternative performance framework for 4 years, the State Board may require the board of trustees of the school district or the sponsor of the charter school, as applicable, to update the information that was included on the application that was submitted to be rated using the alternative performance framework pursuant to subsection 1 of section 3 to verify whether the school continues to meet the requirements for eligibility to be rated using the alternative performance framework.
4. A school that no longer qualifies or no longer wishes to be rated using the alternative performance framework must be rated during the next school year using the performance framework for the school that was used before it was rated using the alternative performance framework.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 385.Sec. 4
Added to NAC by Bd. of Education by R126-15A, eff. 9-9-2016
Section 2 of Senate Bill No. 460, chapter 429, Statutes of Nevada 2015, at page 2458 (NRS NRS 385A.730 )

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