Jennings School District has exceeded the benchmark for full accreditation by scoring 81.1% of the 70% of points needed.
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The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is implementing its latest set of standards that determine and ensure the quality of your student's education - the Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) Cycle 5. The Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) 5 works to prepare every child for success in school and life. MSIP 5 is the state’s school accountability system for reviewing and accrediting public school districts in Missouri. MSIP began in 1990 and is entering its 5th version this year. Our schools are diligently preparing for these changes through changes in curriculum, teaching methods, technology and support programs. As our world continues to change and the work force becomes more globally competitive, it is our responsibility as a community to do everything we can to prepare our children for success.
MSIP 5 Policy Goals
Articulate the state's expectations for student achievement with the ultimate goal of all students graduating ready for success in college and careers;
Distinguish performance of schools and districts in valid, accurate and meaningful ways so that districts in need of improvement can receive appropriate support and interventions, and high-performing districts can be recognized as models of excellence;
Empower all stakeholders through regular communication and transparent reporting results; and
Promote continuous improvement and innovation within each district.