(b) 8. Post on the private school's Internet site the current report card 22
prepared for the private school by the department as required under sub. (11) (d).
9. a. Except as provided in subd. 9. b., beginning in the 2012-13 school year, 24
ensure that every teacher, supervisor, administrator, and professional staff member 25
holds a license or permit to teach issued by the department.
b. For any teacher, supervisor, administrator, or professional staff member 2
teaching in a participating private school on the effective date of this subd. 9. b. .... 3
[LRB inserts date], ensure that the teacher, supervisor, administrator, or 4
professional staff member holds a license or permit to teach issued by the department 5
beginning in the 2017-18 school year.
10. Develop policies on truancy, excused and unexcused absences, bullying, 7
pupil engagement in learning activities, promoting the emotional development of 8
pupils, student differentiation, promoting practices designed to provide instruction 9
to each pupil based on the pupil's abilities, and promoting parental involvement and 10
volunteerism. The latter policy shall describe the circumstances under which a 11
pupil's parent or guardian may volunteer, shadow the pupil in school, and observe 12
the pupil in the pupil's classes. The department shall develop model policies on all 13
of these subjects.
11. a. Except as provided in subd. 11. b., make available the scores and other 15
information prepared and reported under sub. (6m) (f) 1. on the private school's 16
Internet site. The private school shall prominently display on the home page of the 17
private school's Internet site a link to the scores reported as required under this subd. 18
b. If a private school does not have an Internet site, the information required 20
to be made available under subd. 11. a. shall be made available on the Internet site 21
of the religious entity that operates or oversees the private school.
14. Annually evaluate the effectiveness of each teacher employed by the private 23
school on the basis of pupil scores on the examinations administered under sub. (7) 24
(e) 1.; the Measures of Academic Progress, developed by the Northwest Evaluation
Association; the ACT tests; and the Scholastic Math Inventory and Scholastic 2
Inventory assessments, developed by Scholastic, Inc.
AB558-ASA1-AA4, s. 22n
119.23 (7) (e) 1. of the statutes is renumbered 119.23 (7) (e) 1. 4
(intro.) and amended to read:
(e) 1. (intro.) In the 2009-10 school year, each private school 6
participating in the program under this section shall administer a nationally normed 7
standardized test in reading, mathematics, and science to pupils attending the 8
school under the program in the 4th, 8th, and 10th grades. Beginning in the 2010-11 9
school year and annually thereafter, each private school participating in the program 10
under this section shall administer the examinations required under s. 118.30 (1s) 11
to pupils attending the school under the program. The private school may administer 12
additional standardized tests to such pupils. Beginning in 2006 and annually 13
thereafter until 2011, the private school shall provide the scores of all standardized 14
tests and examinations that it administers under this subdivision to the School 15
Choice Demonstration Project. If the private school administers the Iowa test to
16pupils, the private school shall determine the average scores and the mean
17percentage or mean percentile for each class and the percentile distribution of the
18scores of the pupils to whom the Iowa test was administered in each of the following
19categories and shall post the results of the determination under this subdivision on
20the Internet site of the private school, or, if the private school does not maintain an
21Internet site, on the Internet site of the religious entity that operates or oversees the
22private school, and shall provide a written copy of the results of this determination,
23reported by class and grade when possible, to the department and to the parent or
24guardian of each such pupil:
(e) 1. a. Reading, including vocabulary and reading comprehension.
b. Language, including spelling, capitalization, punctuation, usage, and 3
c. Math, including concepts, estimations, problem solving, data interpretation, 5
d. Social studies.
e. Sources of information, including maps, diagrams, and reference materials.
f. Composite totals.
(e) 1m. The department shall post the information received from a 11
private school that administers the Iowa exam, as provided under subd. 1., on the 12
department's Internet site.
(f) A private school that is not accredited under sub. (2) (a) 7. shall 15
apply for accreditation by December 31 of the school year in which it enters or 16
reenters the program under this section.
(am) 4. The private school has violated s. 100.18 (1).
(d) The state superintendent may withhold payment from a private 22
school under subs. (4) and (4m) if the private school violates this section or s. 118.125
(c) Develop a format for private schools participating in the 2
program under this section to electronically transmit scores from the Iowa test when 3
that test is administered by a participating private school.
(d) Using the information reported to the department as required under sub. 5
(6m) (b) 3. and 5., annually, by October 1, prepare a report card for each private school 6
participating in the program under this section and post the report cards on the 7
department's Internet site.
The department may develop a format for private schools 10
participating in the program under this section to electronically transmit scores from 11
any standardized examination administered to pupils attending a participating 12
"(3) Results of examinations.
(a) By the 30th day after the day of publication 15
of this act, each private school participating in the program under section 118.60 or 16
119.23 of the statutes, as affected by this act, shall ensure that the results of all 17
standard examinations administered in the previous 5 years to pupils attending the 18
private school under section 118.60 or 119.23 of the statutes, as affected by this act, 19
categorized by subject area, grade, sex, race, disability, and economic status, are 20
provided to the department of public instruction. The department shall post the 21
results on its Internet site.
(b) A private school participating in the program under section 118.60 or 119.23 23
of the statutes, as affected by this act, is not required to categorize the information 24
under paragraph (a) if the number of pupils in a category is insufficient to yield
statistically reliable information or the results would reveal personally identifiable 2
information about an individual pupil.
(4) School assessment guide.
The department of public instruction shall 4
ensure that the school assessment guide required under section 115.28 (27) of the 5
statutes, as created by this act, is available by the first day of the 10th month 6
beginning after the effective date of this subsection.".
"(2) The treatment of section 118.60 (6m) (e) and (f), (7) (am) 1., (b) 10., and (10) 10
(am) 4. of the statutes first applies to private schools participating in the program 11
under section 118.60 of the statutes and to pupils who apply to attend, and to pupils 12
who attend, a private school under section 118.60 of the statutes in the 2012-13 13
(3) The treatment of sections 119.16 (15) and 119.23 (6m) (e) and (f), (7) (am) 15
1., (b) 10., and (f), and (10) (am) 4. of the statutes first applies to private schools 16
participating in the program under section 119.23 of the statutes and to pupils who 17
apply to attend, and to pupils who attend, a private school under section 119.23 of 18
the statutes in the 2012-13 school year.
(4) The treatment of section 118.225 (intro.) and (3) of the statutes first applies 20
to pupil assessments and examinations administered during the 2012-13 school 21