2015-2016 Proficiency-Based Diploma Progress Report |  Deadline to Submit: November 30, 2016

This survey, the 2015-2016 Progress Report: Implementing Proficiency-Based Learning and Proficiency-Based Diplomas, has 33 questions and is a way for Maine's districts to report vital data to the Maine Department of Education regarding the progress made from July 1, 2015- July 31, 2016. As such, this progress report generates a brief but important source of data for both districts and the state. 

The information collected will help the Maine DOE chart progress toward the implementation of proficiency-based diplomas. This information will be shared with the public and with law-makers and will inform the development of additional resources and supports for districts. The progress report will also create a moment-in-time snapshot of district progress toward proficiency-based diplomas.

When your district has completed all of the following criteria and/or indicates it is ready to award proficiency-based diplomas, you will be asked to provide evidence of the following for review.

- Reporting standards established for each content area
- Summative assessments collecting evidence for reporting standards for each content area
- Evidence and methodology for determining proficiency of the 5 Guiding Principles
- Multi-tiered system of supports for students (for those who struggle and for those who wish to accelerate to reach proficiency
Strategy for completing text boxes: The text boxes in Survey Monkey do not expand as you type. Therefore you will only see the words you are currently typing. Typing your brief responses on a Word document outside of the survey and cutting and pasting your entire response into the appropriate Survey Monkey text box is a solution that allows you to see your entire response as you are typing.
If you have any questions about this survey or the process in general, please contact Diana Doiron via email: diana.doiron@maine.gov.
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