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School systems in large jurisdictions evolved hierarchical bureaucracies designed to provide oversight of local schools. At the state level, the same bureaucratic approach led to an extensive body of state laws and regulations affecting every aspect of schooling, thereby reinforcing bureaucratic regulation at the local level. This system of bureaucratic accountability has encountered withering criticism as ineffectual, costly, and contributing to performance failures. Almost all reformers have demanded greater accountability from the educational system, but in different ways.
Other efforts aimed at taming the education system by increasing citizen participation. Today’s accountability approaches delve more deeply into the work of schools. CURRENT THEMES AND APPROACHES IN THE ACCOUNTABILITY REFORM MOVEMENT At least five accountability strategies emerge among current policy approaches. One strategy focuses on 6———Accountability increased student achievement as a measure of system performance. Another strategy applies draconian tactics of reconstitution, or takeover, and other high-stakes consequences to stimulate system performance.