In order to satisfy the requirements for reporting annual progress toward state and federal indicators, school districts and non-public schools in Iowa complete an Annual Progress Report (APR). APRs include information regarding academic proficiency, academic goals, dropouts, graduation rates, attendance rates, and post-secondary data. 281 Iowa Administrative Code 12.8(3)
APR is now one of several plans incorporated into C-Plan or Consolidated Plan. C-Plan functions as a school or district-wide planning tool that guides the instructional focus (goal priorities) for school districts and accredited non-public schools in Iowa. School districts and non-public schools are required approve assurances, enter data and goals, and certify their APRs (within C-Plan) by September 15 of each school year.
Community School Districts and Accredited Non-Public Schools:
For additional information about C-Plan: http://www.educateiowa.gov/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2583&Itemid=4675.
For access to C-plan for data entry: https://www.edinfo.state.ia.us/securelogin.asp. Contact your superintendent for log-in and password.
C-Plan Public Reports and LEA, Annual Progress Reports (APR)