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Public School Choice (PSC)

Beginning with the first year of improvement schools must offer public school choice — an important provision of the federal Elementary and Secondary School Act (ESEA) that offers families an alternative to keeping their student in a low-performing school. PSC is a program unique to schools that operate a Title I, Part A program.

School Turnaround Takes Time
PSC is available to parents and guardians as long as the school remains in improvement. Once the school makes it adequate yearly progress goals — 2 years in a row — public school choice becomes unnecessary and comes to an end.

The intent of this legislation recognizes the reality that school turnaround is difficult and takes time. Over the course of a multi-year improvement cycle, students — all students, which includes learners with disabilities and English language learners — run the risk of falling further behind. Public school choice is supplemental to the core programming schools and districts receive through the state’s basic education allocation.




Public School Choice

The Basics
 

Steps of Improvement
Steps of School Improvement (Graphic/2 pages) | Parent Guides Public School | Title I, Part A, Right To Know

Title I, Part A

Adequate Yearly Progress

Public School Choice

Supplemental Educational Services

Accountability Applications, Plans & Reports

Laws, Regulations & Guidance

Webinar — Return to AYP, school/district improvement and more

Loss of the Flexibility Waiver — Media Release

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