State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program
Standards and Assessment
2008-2011 IEP and LEP Participation in State Assessments in Math and Reading
Persistently Lowest-Achieving Schools
Lack of Progress - USDE approved definition.
Persistently Lowest Performing Schools that have been Turnaround, Transformed, Restarted or Closed
Number of Charter Schools Permitted
In Illinois, the number of charter schools permitted to operate in the State is established by Section 27A-4 of the Charter Schools Law (105 ILCS 5/27A-4). Under this Section of the Charter Schools Law, the total number of charter schools operating at any one time in the State shall not exceed 120. Not more than 70 charter schools shall operate at any one time in any city having a population exceeding 500,000 (i.e., Chicago, District 299) and not more than 45 charter schools shall operate at any one time in the remainder of the State, with not more than one charter school that has been initiated by a board of education, or by an intergovernmental agreement between or among boards of education, operating at any one time in the school district where the charter school is located. In addition to these charter schools, up to but no more than 5 charter schools devoted exclusively to re-enrolled high school dropouts may operate at any one time in any city having a population exceeding 500,000 (i.e., Chicago, District 299).
The number of charter schools that have been approved to operate pursuant to the Charter Schools Law and that are currently operating are listed below (see "Number of Charter Schools").
- Number of Charter Schools (Updated 8/12)
- 2010 Annual Report
- List of Charter Schools That Have Closed (3/11 - no closings in 2012)
- Charter Schools Operating in Illinois by Local Educational Agency (School Year 2011-12)
Illinois Equity Plan 2009
Teacher and Principal Evaluation Survey
- Achieving Equity in Teacher Distribution
- Core Academic Classes Taught by Teachers Who Are Highly Qualified