INSTRUCTIONS

Most of the Middle States protocols for self-study and accreditation include a thorough self-assessment of the degree to which a school or school system meet the Middle States Standards for Quality for Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.

The Indicators of Quality are generic statements of quality that are not subject matter specific, but they do represent research-based practices for all curricular areas.
In this self-assessment survey, you are asked to use your personal knowledge and experience with the specified curricular area in this school to offer a professional judgment whether, in this specific curricular area, the school or school system meets the Indicators of Quality for Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Rate the degree to which the school meets each Indicator by using the following scale:

DOES NOT MEET. The evidence indicates that this schools Does Not Meet the expectations of this Indicator.
PARTIALLY MEETS (in need of improvement). The evidence indicates that this school meets the expectations of this Indicator Only Partially and Needs Improvement.
MEETS. The evidence indicates that this school Meets the expectations of this Indicator.
EXCEEDS. The evidence indicates that this school exceeds the expectations o this Indicator.

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