Accreditation is one of two accountability systems used in Virginia's public schools, and represents whether or not a school or division is accredited by the Commonwealth of Virginia. The second accountability measure, Annual Measurable Objectives, determines a school or division's standing against federal accountability measures.
Accreditation is determined by a school's pass rates on Standards of Learning exams in English, science, history and social sciences, and math. At the high school level, a graduation rate index is also taken into account.
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