This video with State Superintendent Tony Evers introduces the new accountability measures being implemented in the State of Wisconsin. (4:30 min, the video may take a moment to load)
Changes you can expect to see this school year:
- School Report Cards - every public school in the state will receive a school report card which includes an "accountability score" based on several indicators of student performance. The report cards were publically released on Monday, October 22.
- Increased Benchmarks on the WKCE - the benchmark scores needed for students to score "advanced" or "proficient" on the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts have increased. Beginning with the new school report cards, student performance in reading and math will be reported using new, increased benchmarks.
School Report Cards are now available on the DPI website - click here to view
Learn more about the School Report Cards at one of our Community Presentations:
- Tuesday, November 6 - 8:00 a.m. at Jackson Elementary School
- Thursday, November 8 - 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln-Erdman Elementary School
Please note - these dates of the community presentations have changed due to the delayed public release of the school report cards.
This page will continue to be updated, so please check back soon for more information.
If you are looking for additional information, the Department of Public Instruction has posted a variety of resources on its website at dpi.wi.gov/oea/acct/accountability.html.
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