Under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, parent have multiple rights to information and engagement opportunities, including:
Rights to Request Notifications:
- Parents have the right to request
- Professional qualifications of teachers
- Paraprofessionals qualifications (if their student is served by a para-professional)
- Info regarding Utah or InTech policy related to student participation in any mandated assessment, including opt out procedures.
State and InTech Mandated Assessments:
- State Required Assessments Information
- Parental Exclusion for State Assessments (opt out of State assessments)
- Opting out of assessments may have implications for students and the school. It is recommended (but not required) that parents consult with the school to understand these implications.
- InTech Collegiate Academy (LEA) Required Assessments
- InTech does not have any required school-wide assessments
- Course Assessments
- Parents should contact individual teachers re: course-specific assessments
Student Achievement (State Assessments):
- School Report Card for InTech (and other schools)
- Individual Student Score Reports (mailed to parents and available upon parent request)
- Utah Educator Licensing Lookup Tool (search for your teachers’ credentials)
- Underqualified Teacher Notification
- InTech will notify parents if their student has been taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks by a teacher/substitute who does not meet applicable State licensure requirements.
Title I Programs
- InTech uses Title I funds (braided with other funding) to provide supplemental tutorials, tutoring, and mathematics instruction to students who qualify (based on InTech’s “At-Risk Student” definition.
- InTech Collegiate Academy Charter
- InTech Collegiate Programs Overview
- InTech CTE Programs
- InTech Graduation Requirements and Course Catalog
- Utah Core Standards