Following up a suggestion I made earlier this week, the Kentucky Department of Education has now posted all of the Leadership Audits for the state’s 10 “Persistently Low-Achieving Schools” and the five school districts where those schools are located.
These audits are an important part of the process to award these 10 schools federal School Improvement Grant money. Those grants amount to $500,000 a year in each school for three years, a total of $1.5 million per school.
You can find a general web page which has a short discussion of the audit process and a number of links to more detailed information here.
If you want to go direct to the web page with the direct links to each audit, click here.