National Study of RMTS Reissued with Foreword by Paradigm’s Policy & Research Division

San Francisco, CA – January 3, 2013 – Originally published in August of 2011, this brief highlights the positive administrative and fiscal effects of Random Moment Time Study (RMTS) as reported by various state representatives. It has been updated with a new introduction framing the study in the current landscape of change for California’s school MAA program.

In the coming months, Paradigm will publish several RMTS-themed policy briefs. These briefs will focus on key features or questions raised from the analysis of other state RMTS plans and federal audits, including: managing the program, audit compliance, and quality assurance measures. It is important to clarify that these publications are not guidance on California’s current plan, but rather reference materials for local and regional agencies who are already thinking ahead to implementation of RMTS.

To kick-off the RMTS series, we are reissuing our national RMTS study. Originally published in August of 2011, this brief highlights the positive administrative and fiscal effects of RMTS as reported by various state representatives.

Read the reissue of Paradigm’s National Study of RMTS…