In order to conduct research or request data from Chicago International Charter School, a proposal must be submitted and reviewed by the Data Monitoring Committee (DMC). The Data Monitoring Committee (DMC) serves as the group formally designated by the Chicago International Charter School to review, to approve the initiation of, and to conduct periodic review of research involving participants affiliated with CICS.
Submission of data requests and application to conduct research
The mission of Chicago International Charter School is: To provide, through innovation and choice, an attractive and rigorous college-preparatory education that meets the needs of today’s students. In accordance with this mission, the DMC seeks to provide the support and security each student needs to achieve his or her best. As a result, the primary purpose of the DMC is to assure protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects in any research project using CICS affiliates.
To make a data request, complete and submit the Data Request Form and other pertinent forms. Include a check for the $50.00 non-refundable processing fee made payable to: Chicago International Charter School.
Completion and filing of the Data Request Form does not grant automatic approval of your data request. After receipt and review of your submission, the chairperson of the CICS DMC will inform you of the committee’s decision concerning your data request and/or any additional information needed within 10 business days of the DMC meeting date.
2.1 DMC Manual 2012
Committee Members and Contact Information
3.1 DMC Chair - Christine Poindexter-Harris, email@example.com
3.2 Membership 2012
4.0 FERPA Notification for parents in English and Spanish