For years, traditional school accountability has been hopelessly rooted in a mindset of compliance – did my students take this test, have teachers and staff undergone this training, and so on.
The reality is that K-12 education is the only industry in the world that continues to look almost exclusively in its rearview mirror. The medical profession uses accountability to better diagnose patients or reduce complications from surgery. Manufacturing devises frameworks to increase the viable lifespan of future products or improve product reliability.
The True Accountability™ Framework forces schools to look to the future, by focusing on the benefits that stakeholders want and expect from their institutions and providing a system to build trust by delivering on those benefits.
In total, the BravEd framework considers 31 benefits, divided into eight key categories. What follows is a list of those categories and benefits in the form of questions. Our hope is that this list begins to give you a window clear into how our approach is different.
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