By Department of Education (DOE)
The findings in each program area describe determinations by the DOE team about the implementation status or “Rating” of each criterion reviewed.
|Commendable||Any requirement or aspect of a requirement implemented in an exemplary manner significantly beyond the requirements of law or regulation.|
|Implemented||The requirement is substantially met.|
|Implementation in Progress||The criterion includes one or more new state special education requirements which became effective on September 1, 2000. The district has substantially implemented any pre September 1, 2000 requirements also included under the criterion and is currently engaged in staff training and/or is beginning implementation practices for new requirements which the Department's onsite team anticipates will result in substantial compliance by the end of the current school year.|
|Partially Implemented||The requirement, in one or several important aspects, is not entirely met.|
|Not Implemented||The requirement is totally or substantially not met.|
|Implementation in Progress||0||0|
|The user friendly summaries focus on these items||Partially Implemented||25||12|
- DOE Site visit was on May 7, 2001
- DOE Final Report, dated November 7, 2001
- Sharon McArdle, Administrator created the Concord Corrective Action Plan, dated January 11, 2002 (without involvement from our PAC), she presented it to the school committee.
- DOE Review of Concords Action Plan, dated May 22, 2002
- Our PAC presentation to the School Committee was on June 11, 2002 meeting, parent input on the DOE Coordinated Program Review.
Carlisle Regional High School
Our user friendly summary of Concord Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS), grades 9-12 report
Full version of the DOE reports (100 pages each):
Concord Public Schools (CPS), Grades K-8 report
Concord Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS), Grades 9-12 report
on March 1, 2005, by Melody Orfei
Webpage last modified on September 10, 2008 - V9, by Melody Orfei