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|-|The California Schools produced the California Schools Recognition Program in 1985. Its objective is to publicize and reinforce California schools priorities, which are to strengthen student scholastic achievement and promote students based upon measurable objectives. The plan identifies and honors public schools that exhibit exemplary and inspiring achievement. Although participation in the system is voluntary, the California Distinguished School Award is extremely coveted. |+|
|-|To be thought to be for the award, California schools need to meet a selection of eligibility needs. These consist of designated federal and state accountability measures that are based upon the No Kid Left Behind, Adequate Yearly Progress, and Academic Efficiency Index measurement programs. Around, five percent of California schools are selected each and every year for the award, with no fewer than 40 counties normally getting represented. |+|
|-|The system alternates awards yearly in between the elementary and secondary California schools. Year 2006 honors elementary schools. |+|
|-|California schools that meet the specifications full an application and submit it to a team of nearby educators from across the state, which evaluate and score the merits of each and every school application. Schools with the highest scoring applications are selected as statewide nominees for the award. Nominated California schools then obtain an onsite pay a visit to by a team of county school superintendents and members of the California Department of Education, who validate the accuracy of the application data. |+|
|-|Those California schools chosen for the Distinguished School Award are honored at a statewide ceremony, where the state school superintendent awards a plaque and flag to every school. The plan and annual ceremonies are funded through the generosity of prominent California corporations and statewide education organizations that believe educational excellence must be rewarded and encouraged publicly. |+|
|-|In 2006, a record 377 public elementary schools were honored with the California Distinguished School Award, surpassing the 302 elementary schools honored in 2004 the final elementary school award cycle. They represent the largest number of elementary school awardees in the 21-year history of the program. |+|
|-|The 2006 California schools awardees were selected from 190 school districts in 40 counties. They had been selected from the largest number of eligible elementary schools to date, setting one more record for the program. Of the much more than 5,000 elementary schools in California, two,043 were eligible to apply for the 2006 award. California schools are proving that student scholastic excellence can be nurtured and consistently improved. [http://www.perfectiononwheels.com/school-assemblies/anti-bullying-programs.asp anti bullying programs] |+|
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