ESSA, the most recent reauthorization of ESEA, gives states greater flexibility in designing accountability systems that take into account multiple indicators of school success, while continuing to hold schools accountable for academic achievement. This report analyzes the measures that states currently include in their accountability systems and examines how state systems compare with the new law’s provisions, which will take effect in the 2017-18 school year. The Center for American Progress analyzed state’s ESEA flexibility waivers and accountability workbooks, supplementing the data from those sources with information and materials from state departments of education.