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Reporting Requirements

The Indiana Charter School Board ("ICSB") Accountability System sets forth goals and measures for the school and is used to evaluate the academic performance, financial health, and organizational compliance of each school authorized by the ICSB.  At its core, the Accountability System poses three critical questions:

  • Is the school's educational program demonstrating success?
  • Is the school in good financial health?
  • Is the organization in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and with the Charter Agreements?

Reporting Requirements

To ensure each school is meeting the above goals, ICSB requires its authorized schools to submit a variety of data and information.  These Reporting Requirements are designed to ensure prudent authorizer oversight without overburdening school leaders. The reporting requirements are organized by date, and the documents cover all reports necessary for general monitoring as well as fulfillment of the annual reporting requirements.

ICSB provides information in the Governing Board Requirements Policy regarding the laws governing charter school organizer governing boards.

This information is used to publish the ICSB Annual Report.  In addition, the ICSB may conduct monitoring site visits at its discretion if the submitted data indicates concerns regarding the school's progress toward meeting academic success, financial health and organizational compliance.

Financial Reporting Documents

The documents below provide guidance on the ICSB's financial reporting requirements as set forth in the charter agreement.