The Indiana Charter School Board ("ICSB") is committed to fulfilling its role as a high-quality charter school authorizer by holding its schools accountable across a variety of performance dimensions. The ICSB's accountability system is rooted in the ICSB's guiding principles: 1) Students First; 2) High Expectations; 3) Excellence in Leadership; 4) Commitment to Innovation; and 5) Rigorous and Transparent Accountability.
In addition, the accountability system strives to achieve the appropriate balance between an authorizer's obligation to protect student and public interests and uphold school autonomy.
The core components of the ICSB accountability system are the charter agreement and the Accountability Plan, which is incorporated into the charter agreement. These documents and additional information on the ICSB's accountability system can be found here.