Report Cards, But Not For Kids
Some administrators say they aren't sure why the bill is needed.
"I am not certain why the bill is necessary, it is not as if this is secret information that is locked away in my drawer, its information that anyone could access if they so choose," Dr. Mark Enderle, Fulton superintendent, explained.
The bill's sponsor says it makes it easier for parents to access public information. But Fulton's superintendent says getting the information is only a phone call away. In the proposal, schools must mail the information to parents, and post it on their website. If they don't meet the deadline their accreditation status could be affected.