QAR Report Writing Hints for the QAR Team Chair October 16, 2007 1. When in doubt, don’t capitalize. Don’t write: The team met with the School Leadership Team ... Instead: The team met with the school leadership team … 2. If code letters are to be used in the report, define each prior to first use. Don’t write The team met with the SILT … Instead: The team met with the school improvement leadership team (SILT) Don’t write: MEAP assessments are ... Instead: Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) assessments are … 3. Each standard narrative of the QAR report should stand on its own. Description of how school meets the standard: Evidence-Supporting statements: Rationale-Concluding statement 4. Review the Vision and Purpose standard sample on page 2 of the QAR Standard Narrative Worksheet. 5. Each commendation and recommendation of the QAR report should stand on its own. Initial-main statement: Evidence-Supporting statements: Rationale-Concluding statement 6. Review the commendations and recommendations sample on page 2 of the QAR Recommendations and Commendations Worksheet Conclusion We are creating a document with hints for writing the quality assurance review (QAR) report. Please contribute your hints/suggestions to Al Monetta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your added hints will help us prepare other QAR team chairs.
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