Determining Accountability
Every student enrolled on the first day of the test window is tested for participation rate purposes. Accountability is typically determined by enrollment for a full academic year (any 100 days of enrollment in the current year), including the first day of the testing window in the spring. This calculation is based on the number of days a student is enrolled in a school or district, not the number of days present.

-- A full academic year is ANY total 100 days enrolled in a single A1 school or district during the school year, and does not have to be a single continuous enrollment

--- Students attending Craft Academy, Gatton Academy, iLead Academy, Kentucky School for the Blind, and Kentucky School for the Deaf track back to the A1 school that they would have attended if not enrolled in these schools.

--- For The ACT, Alternate Assessment, ACCESS, and Alternate ACCESS, accountability is not based on the date the assessment was taken, but is instead based on 100 days enrolled including the first day of the spring testing window.

--- Accountability is determined solely by Primary (P) enrollments in IC. This means that Partial Day (S) and Special Ed (N) enrollments are not used in accountability calculations.

-- Dropout and Cohort do not follow 100 day accountability, but have their own accountability rules. Please select those options in the dropdown below for assistance with accountability for those areas.

-- To test your 100 day accountability knowledge, try the challenging anonymous quiz at http://bit.ly/AcctQuiz. Explanations for each scenario will be provided after you submit your answers.

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