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Evaluation and Reporting

Florida School Recognition Program

1. What is the Florida School Recognition Program?
2. Which schools are eligible for recognition under this program?
3. What is the award amount for each school?
4. What statute authorizes the Florida School Recognition Program?
5. What was the total amount awarded to schools for the School Recognition Program in 2013?
6. Do schools have to apply to receive the award?
7. What information will schools and districts report for this program?
8. Must schools receive a performance grade to be eligible for school recognition?
9. How many schools are eligible for the 2013 Florida School Recognition Program?
10. When will school recognition award funds be distributed?
11. How will schools receive their funds?
12. How will the district office know which schools earned the award and how much money should be placed in each school's account?
13. Who decides how the award will be used?

14. What process should the school's staff and SAC use to make this decision?
    The legislation does not specify a decision making process. Therefore, guidelines for determining how the decision is made by the school's staff and SAC and for resolving any conflicts in reaching the decision may be developed at the local level. Determining a step-by-step process ahead of time may help expedite making this decision.

15. How may the funds from this program be used?
16. Is there a deadline for the decision on the use of these funds?
17. May faculty and staff who left at the end of the most recently completed school year receive a bonus?
18. May faculty or staff who are new to the school in the current year receive a bonus?
19. Are these funds subject to collective bargaining?