• Campus Improvement Plan

    The campus improvement plan (CIP) serves as the blueprint for how your campus will actually address the needs identified during the CNA. An effective CIP can bring focus and coherence to reform activities and help ensure unity of purpose, alignment, and clear accountability. To be approved by your local educational agency, your CIP must include the required accounting and program components described below.


    1. The summary of the outcome of the CNA. 
    2. Schoolwide reform strategies. 
    3. Instruction by highly qualified teachers. 
    4. High-quality and ongoing professional development. 
    5. Strategies to attract highly qualified teachers to high-need schools. 
    6. Strategies to increase parental involvement. 
    7. Plans for assisting preschool students in the successful transition from early childhood programs to local elementary schoolwide programs. 
    8. Measures to include teachers in decisions regarding the use of academic assessments.
    9. Activities to ensure that students who experience difficulty attaining proficiency receive effective and timely additional assistance. 
    10. Coordination and integration of federal, state, and local services and programs. 

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    Campus Improvement Plan