SWSS Historical/Archived Information

Historical/Archived Information

House Bill 1209 (2008) allowed school districts the option to Investing in Educational Excellence (IE2) Systems that allowed them increased flexibility in exchange for additional accountability.  House Bill 502, which went into effect on July 1, 2015, provided that districts under the previous IE2 flexibility option will henceforth be known as Strategic Waivers School Systems (SWSS).

IE2 Performance Reports

Gwinnett County and Forsyth County were the first IE2 districts.  2009-2010 was the first year GOSA evaluated the performance of schools in these districts as part of the IE2 contract.  The evaluations for schools in Rabun County began in 2011-2012.  

Resources

IE2 Evaluation Policy for original IE2 districts (Prior to July 2015) 

GaDOE Guidance (updated September 9, 2013)

2009-2010 IE2 Evaluation

2010-2011 SIE2 Evaluation

2011-2012 IE2 Evaluation

August 2013 Results Presentation to the State Board of Education (August 22, 2013)

2012-2013 IE2 Evaluation

June 2014 Results Presentation to the State Board of Education (June 12, 2014)

2013-2014 IE2 Evaluation 

May 2015 Results Presentation to the State Board of Education (May 6, 2015)