The Three Biggest Concerns Regarding the New GPRA Measures
When the new GPRA measures first rolled out, Dr. Jenell Holstead's primary concern was the pandemic and the schools she works with revealing that they have no data to report collected. The new GPRA measures were lofty and Wisconsin had historically relied on teacher surveys for its data.
Dr. Holstead’s second concern was the addition of four to five brand-new GPRA measures and the request for academic data that her team had never asked the sites to gather before. And lastly, her third concern was that it was not just one school year’s worth of data; it was two years (2021 and 2022) that all the sites needed to have, which made it much more complicated coming off the stress from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this case study, you'll receive guidance to help you provide the most accurate data to comply with the new Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) measure changes.