Every child deserves to attend a school that will help her or him graduate prepared for college and career. Illinois’ system of support and accountability holds high expectations for student learning through rigorous standards and use of data to direct greater funding and assistance to the schools in the greatest need. Just as individual children need different supports to thrive, each school needs different supports to meet the same high standards. Illinois believes in peer-to-peer learning, collaboration, strengths-based inquiry, and proactive, transparent community partnership as necessary tools to build schools’ capacity to serve all students well. Click on the green boxes below to learn more about the components of support and accountability in Illinois.
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