Welcome to the
District School Improvement Accountability Council (SIAC)
School district accountability came into being in Colorado with the state legislature's passage of the "Accountability Act of 1971", which requires that each school district in the state have an advisory accountability committee. The law states that the committee must be appointed by the local board of education and that the local accountability program be "designed to measure the adequacy and efficiency of educational programs offered by the district." According to the 1971 law, the committee must "consist of at least one parent, one teacher, one school administrator, and one taxpayer from the district."