8VAC20-630-20. Remediation plan development and approval.
Each local school division shall develop a local
remediation plan designed to strengthen and improve the academic achievement of
Local school divisions shall submit these plans at a time
to be determined by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for approval by
the Board of Education. Following approval of the plan, each local school
division shall submit a budget for the remediation plan that identifies the
sources of state funds in the plan.
Reporting requirements. (Repealed.) Annually, each local school division shall collect and
report to the Department of Education, on-line or on forms provided by the
department, the following data pertaining to eligible students: 1. The number of students failing a state-sponsored test
required by the Standards of Quality or Standards of Accreditation; 2. A demographic profile of students attending state-funded
remedial programs; 3. The academic status of each student attending state-funded
remedial programs; 4. The types of instruction offered; 5. The length of the program; 6. The cost of the program; 7. The number of ungraded and disabled students, and those
with limited English proficiency; 8. As required, the pass rate on Standards of Learning
assessments; and 9. The percentage of students at each grade level who have
met their remediation goals.