Two-Year Progress Report
Submitting the Two-Year Progress Report is a requirement for all schools that have undergone a team visit. It is a "progress report", sent to the Committee office two years after the team visit and designed to demonstrate to the Committee that the work for school improvement through good follow-up planning and action is taking place.
In the report, the school outlines the plan of action it has established to address each of the recommendations found in the visiting team's report. In particular, the school should report on the status of work begun or completed on those highlighted recommendations identified in the Commission's notification letter received following the decision on accreditation or re-accreditation.
After the visiting team report has been received by the school, a follow-up committee should be formed to review the document and devise an implementation plan. The plan should include the organization of sub-committees, the establishment of timelines and the reporting system for the sub-committees. The Two-Year Progress Report is a benchmark established by the school and Commission to identify and assess the school’s process for school improvement.
After completion, reports should be sent to the Committee office by email to: CPEMSReports@neasc.org
Questions on the Two-Year Progress Report can be directed to Kathy Montagano, Associate Director, at email@example.com