Office of Independent Education & Parental Choice
School Improvement Plans and Corrective Actions
Section 1002.33(9), Florida Statutes, and State Board of Education Rule 6A-1.099827, F.A.C., require low performing charter schools to develop and implement strategies to raise student achievement.
A charter school that receives a school grade of "D" or "F" must develop and implement a school improvement plan. The plan must be approved by the charter school's sponsor.
A charter school that receives three consecutive grades of "D", two consecutive grades of "D" followed by a grade of "F", or two nonconsecutive grades of "F" within three years must select one of the following corrective actions:
- Contract for educational services to be provided directly to students, instructional personnel, and school administrators;
- Contract with an outside entity that has a demonstrated record of effectiveness to operate the school;
- Reorganize the school under a new director or principal who is authorized to hire new staff; or
- Voluntarily Close.
The following charter schools are subject to the requirements above. The list below is based on the release of 2011-12 school grades.
Preliminary School List 2013 (PDF, 155KB)