Our school uses the performance assessments developed by the NY Performance Assessment Consortium to measure whether a student has develop the skills and knowledge necessary for graduation from high school. More information here:
I agree that a richer set of measures that capture the full gamut of what society values in student and school success is important. But a perhaps equally important part of the question is how those new measures are used. Our organization, Education Evolving, generally feels the set of measures used as part of a universal statewide accountability system should be relatively limited, with more measures used as part of individual performance agreements between charter schools and their authorizers, and even more measures used internally by schools for benchmarking and to iteratively learn what works and further refine their program. More on all this in this blog I wrote a couple months ago.