CCEE Rubrics

QRU – Quality Relevance Usability

The CCEE, in collaboration with education partners, has developed rubrics to ensure its offerings and resources are of the best quality

How CCEE Uses QRU

The California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) uses a quality/relevance/usability (QRU) rubric that is a framework aligned to CCEE’s Theory of Action to guide the development of professional learning, resources/toolkits, and the evaluation of programs that the CCEE is responsible for leading. 

The rubric has three overall components that address the following:

  • Quality: The degree to which the proposal/resource is proven to be aligned to CCEE’s Theory of Action and have a positive impact on student outcomes 
  • Relevance: The ability of the proposal/resource to address all of the program requirements outlined in an RFP and address target audiences (local educational agencies (LEAs), student groups) that the state has identified as high priority
  • Usability: The degree to which the proposal can be implemented without unduly burdening LEA users  

The CCEE, in collaboration with education partners, has developed the following QRU rubrics: