plan is a dynamic document, implemented over time and revised as
progress is made and new opportunities arise. In order for successful
results to occur, a plan must be driven by the examination and analysis
of data relative to all areas. The process is cyclical, at times
involving the gathering of initial data and at other times focused
on recurring collection and analysis of data.
plan should describe the monitoring process and accountability measures
that will be used to evaluate the extent to which activities are
technology into curriculum and instruction,
the ability of teachers to teach, and
students to reach challenging state academic standards.
should include an evaluation timeline and should indicate which
staff will be responsible for carrying out specific steps of the
evaluation process. There should be a process established to respond
to new opportunities and revise the plan as needed.
accountability measures include using the various data that are
available to you. There are many data collection resources available
and evaluating technology use. Some resources, such as the annual
NH School Building Technology Survey, are required data collection
tools. Other resources are included in this planning guide as useful
examples from which to choose and customize as needed for your district.
minimum, you should build the following into your evaluation plan:
responsible for carrying out each evaluation measure
indicating weeks or months when each step will occur during each
year of the plan
of data tool being used for each accountability measure
against which you will measure progress
a look at the Data Resources Section
306 Minimum Standards for Public School Approval:
306.14 Basic Instructional Standards
306.23 Statistical Reports; Accountability
all Subject Area Sections of the Standards
plan includes an evaluation process that enables the school
to monitor progress toward the specified goals and make midcourse
corrections in response to new developments and opportunities
as they arise.
plan must include an assessment of the telecommunication
services, hardware, software, and other services that will be
needed to improve education or library services.