The Innovation Schools Act requires that all schools go through a renewal of their status every three years, or more frequently.
- “Every three years….the local school board shall review the level of performance of the innovation school and…determine whether the innovation school is achieving or making adequate progress toward achieving the academic performance results identified in the school’s Innovation Plan.”
- “If a local school board finds that the academic performance of students enrolled in the innovation school is not improving at a sufficient rate, the local school board may revoke the school’s innovation status.” (C.R.S. §22-32.5-110)
The Innovation Renewal Process serves three key purposes: