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Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Agency
Department of Education
 
GDForum ID: 436
Description of Proposed Guidance Document Changes
The Emergency Guidelines extend some of the same flexibilities to certain students who continue to be impacted by ongoing pandemic conditions in the fall of 2020. Further, the Emergency Guidelines create an additional pathway to the award of LAVCs in history and social science for those school divisions with the capacity to administer local performance assessments. This option encourages school divisions to build and/or grow their capacity to administer performance assessments in history and social science, allows teachers to assess in dynamic ways, and creates a foundation for the use of this type of assessment model in the future. The Emergency Guidelines are a companion to the Board’s Regulations Establishing Standards for the Accreditation of Public Schools – or Standards of Accreditation – and supplement the Guidance Document Governing Certain Provisions of the Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia. The latter document as well as the Standards of Accreditation remain in effect for the purpose of awarding locally-awarded verified credits for students who do not meet the exemption criteria. These Emergency Guidelines were approved by the Board of Education on November 19, 2020 for immediate implementation.
 
Guidance Document(s) for this Comment Forum
 
The agency is considering feedback and has not yet made a decision to confirm or delay the proposed changes.
Document ID Document Title Document in Effect Proposed Document
COVID19 Emergency Guidelines for Locally-Awarded Verified Credits pdf Document     pdf Proposed Document
 
Contact Information
 
Name:
Dr. Leslie Sale
        Title:
Director of Policy
 
Email:
leslie.sale@doe.virginia.gov
 
Address:
101 N. 14th Street
 
City:
Richmond
State:  
VA
Zip:  
23219
 
Phone:
(804)786-0941
Fax:  
()-
 
The Virginia Register
 

Publication Date: 12/21/2020    Volume: 37  Issue: 9
The public comment period began upon publication and extended for 30 days. It ended on 1/20/2021.
There were no comments

Effective Date:  1/21/2021 
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