Board approves data report, school improvement

By on October 29, 2011

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 7-0 to approve the first reading of data report and 2011-13 School Improvement Plan for both Kaneland High School and Harter Middle School.

A document from Erika Schlichter, director of educational services 6-12, states that the Kaneland School District is continuing its implementation of a vigorous school improvement process for the 2011-12 school year, and will include two-year goals and an internal peer review structure. In alignment with this process, the high school has created a new school improvement plan with revised goals and strategies to begin the next two-year cycle.

According to the document, data sources accessed for these goals include traditional state-mandated standardized testing, as well as standardized assessments that are used locally to track college readiness progress in students grades 8-11.