The School Support and Readiness Assessment (SSRA) is part of the New Mexico Differentiated System of Support for Schools and Districts. Its purpose is to co-identify and address the root causes of the school’s performance challenges while identifying and celebrating strengths and promising practices already in place. The SSRA intends to support school leaders in forward movement, not to judge or demoralize them for their current performance. The School Support and Readiness Assessment (SSRA) Protocol utilizes a qualitative design in which interviews are conducted, observations are made, and multiple sources of data and information are collected and analyzed to identify strengths and opportunities for improving student performance outcomes. This protocol is designed to be a resource for LEA leaders, school leaders, NMPED staff, and contracted consultants who may conduct site visits or support identified LEAs and schools. It articulates the site visit process, the roles and responsibilities of all parties, and the expected outcomes for the visits.
Charter schools are listed in a section at the bottom of the district list.