The Commission believes that good authorizing protects school autonomy and that intervention should only be necessary when a school fails to meet performance levels. Below is a brief summary of the intervention policy.  

  • The Commission's interventions aim to change the trajectory of a school's performance while maintaining its autonomy. 
  • They follow a path from least to most severe, such as issuing a letter of concern before considering probation or revocation. 
  • A letter of concern may be issued if there are missing or untimely submissions, potential threats to student welfare or organization stability. 
  • The school must respond and provide evidence of corrective action or a plan to resolve the issues. 
  • A breach of contract letter may be sent if multiple sections of the contract are violated. 
  • Probation is imposed for non-compliance with action plans, lack of progress, unexpected health/safety/financial issues, or failure to meet conditions after sponsor transfer. 
  • These interventions are accompanied by various requirements and may involve external evaluations, testing, and audits.

Click here for the complete Policy 3.02 on Intervention.