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20,1720j Section 1720j. 108.18 (9) (figure) Schedule A lines 25 to 27 of the statutes are created to read:
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20,1720k Section 1720k. 108.18 (9) (figure) Schedule B lines 25 to 27 of the statutes are created to read:
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20,1720L Section 1720L. 108.18 (9) (figure) Schedule C line 24 of the statutes is amended to read:
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20,1720m Section 1720m. 108.18 (9) (figure) Schedule C lines 25 to 27 of the statutes are created to read:
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20,1720n Section 1720n. 108.18 (9) (figure) Schedule D lines 25 to 27 of the statutes are created to read:
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20,1720o Section 1720o. 108.19 (1m) of the statutes is amended to read:
108.19 (1m) Each The department shall pay any interest due on advances from the federal unemployment account to the unemployment reserve fund under Title XII of the federal social security act (42 USC 1321 to 1324) by first applying any amount available for that purpose from the appropriation under s. 20.445 (1) (fx). If the amount appropriated under s. 20.445 (1) (fx) is insufficient to make full payment of the amount due for any year, the department shall then apply any unencumbered balance in the unemployment interest payment fund and any amounts paid under s. 108.20 (2m). If those amounts are insufficient to make full payment of the amount due for any year, the department shall require each employer subject to this chapter as of the date a rate is established under this subsection shall to pay an assessment to the unemployment interest payment fund at a rate established by the department sufficient to pay interest due on those advances from the federal unemployment account under title XII of the social security act (42 USC 1321 to 1324). The rate established by the department for employers who finance benefits under s. 108.15 (2), 108.151 (2), or 108.152 (1) shall be 75% of the rate established for other employers. The amount of any employer's assessment shall be the product of the rate established for that employer multiplied by the employer's payroll of the previous calendar year as taken from quarterly employment and wage reports filed by the employer under s. 108.205 (1) or, in the absence of the filing of such reports, estimates made by the department. Each assessment made under this subsection is due on the 30th day commencing after the date on which notice of the assessment is mailed by the department. If the amounts collected from employers under this subsection are in excess of the amounts needed to pay interest due, the department shall use any excess to pay interest owed in subsequent years on advances from the federal unemployment account. If the department determines that additional interest obligations are unlikely, the department shall transfer the excess to the balancing account of the fund.
20,1720q Section 1720q. 108.19 (1m) of the statutes, as affected by 2013 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), is amended to read:
108.19 (1m) The department shall pay any interest due on advances from the federal unemployment account to the unemployment reserve fund under Title XII of the federal social security act (42 USC 1321 to 1324) by first applying any amount available for that purpose from the appropriation under s. 20.445 (1) (fx). If the amount appropriated under s. 20.445 (1) (fx) is insufficient to make full payment of the amount due for any year, the department shall then apply any unencumbered balance in the unemployment interest payment fund and any amounts paid under s. 108.20 (2m). If those amounts are insufficient to make full payment of the amount due for any year, the department shall require each Each employer subject to this chapter as of the date a rate is established under this subsection to shall pay an assessment to the unemployment interest payment fund at a rate established by the department sufficient to pay interest due on those advances from the federal unemployment account under Title XII of the social security act (42 USC 1321 to 1324). The rate established by the department for employers who finance benefits under s. 108.15 (2), 108.151 (2), or 108.152 (1) shall be 75% of the rate established for other employers. The amount of any employer's assessment shall be the product of the rate established for that employer multiplied by the employer's payroll of the previous calendar year as taken from quarterly employment and wage reports filed by the employer under s. 108.205 (1) or, in the absence of the filing of such reports, estimates made by the department. Each assessment made under this subsection is due on the 30th day commencing after the date on which notice of the assessment is mailed by the department. If the amounts collected from employers under this subsection are in excess of the amounts needed to pay interest due, the department shall use any excess to pay interest owed in subsequent years on advances from the federal unemployment account. If the department determines that additional interest obligations are unlikely, the department shall transfer the excess to the balancing account of the fund.
20,1721 Section 1721. 108.24 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
108.24 (4) Any person who, without authorization of the department, permits inspection or disclosure of any record relating to the administration of this chapter that is provided to the person by the department under s. 108.14 (7) (a) or, (b), or (bm) and any person who, without authorization of the commission, permits inspection or disclosure of any record relating to the administration of this chapter that is provided to the person by the commission under s. 108.14 (7) (a), shall be fined not less than $25 nor more than $500 or may be imprisoned in the county jail for not more than one year or both. Each such unauthorized inspection or disclosure constitutes a separate offense.
20,1722p Section 1722p. 111.70 (4) (mc) 6. of the statutes is amended to read:
111.70 (4) (mc) 6. The Except for the employee premium contribution, all costs and payments associated with health care coverage plans and the design and selection of health care coverage plans by the municipal employer for public safety employees, and the impact of such costs and payments and the design and selection of the health care coverage plans on the wages, hours, and conditions of employment of the public safety employee.
20,1728 Section 1728. 114.33 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
114.33 (6) (a) For the purposes of carrying out this section and ss. 114.35 and 114.37, the secretary may acquire by gift, devise, purchase or condemnation any lands for establishing, protecting, laying out, enlarging, extending, constructing, reconstructing, improving and maintaining airports, or interests in lands in and about airports. After completion of the improvements, subject to any prior action under s. 13.48 (14) (am) or 16.848 (1), the secretary may convey as provided in this subsection lands that were acquired under this subsection, but were not necessary for the airport improvements. The conveyances may be made with reservations concerning the future use and occupation of those lands so as to protect the airports and improvements and their environs and to preserve the view, appearance, light, air and usefulness of the airports.
20,1729 Section 1729. 114.33 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
114.33 (10) Subject to the approval of the governor under this subsection and subject to any prior action under s. 13.48 (14) (am) or 16.848 (1), the secretary may sell at public or private sale property of whatever nature owned by the state and under the jurisdiction of the secretary when the secretary determines that the property is no longer necessary for the state's use for airport purposes and, if real property, the real property is not the subject of a petition under s. 16.310. The secretary shall present to the governor a full and complete report of the property to be sold, the reason for the sale, and the minimum price for which the property should be sold, together with an application for the governor's approval of the sale. The governor shall investigate the proposed sale as he or she deems necessary and approve or disapprove the application. Upon approval and receipt of the full purchase price, the secretary shall by appropriate deed or other instrument transfer the property to the purchaser. The funds derived from the sale shall be deposited in the appropriate airport fund, and the expense incurred by the secretary in connection with the sale shall be paid from that fund. This subsection does not apply to real property that is sold under s. 16.848.
20,1731 Section 1731. 115.28 (7) (g) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (7) (g) Notwithstanding s. 118.19 (3), (4m), (6) to (9), and (12) to (14), grant a charter school teaching license to any person who has a bachelor's degree and demonstrates, based upon criteria established by the department, that the person is proficient in the subject or subjects that he or she intends to teach. The license authorizes the person to teach that subject or those subjects in a charter school. The license is valid for 3 years and is renewable for 3-year periods.
20,1731m Section 1731m. 115.28 (7) (h) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (7) (h) Promulgate a rule requiring an applicant for a license to provide his or her home address.
20,1732m Section 1732m. 115.28 (12) (a) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
115.28 (12) (a) 1. Develop a proposal for a multiple-vendor student information system for the standardized collection of pupil data. The proposal shall allow schools and school districts to use their vendor of choice and include reporting requirements that can reasonably be met by multiple vendors. The state superintendent may not establish a student information system unless the proposal is approved by the joint committee on finance under subd. 2.
2. Submit the proposal to the joint committee on finance for its approval, disapproval, or modification. If the joint committee on finance approves the proposal, or modifies and approves the proposal, the state superintendent shall implement the proposal and the joint committee on finance may release to the state superintendent funds from the appropriation under s. 20.865 (4) (a) for the purpose of paying the costs incurred by schools and school districts to meet the proposal's reporting requirements.
3. If the proposal is approved under subd. 2., the state superintendent shall ensure that information about pupils enrolled in charter schools and about pupils enrolled in private schools participating in a parental choice program under s. 118.60 or 119.23, including their academic performance and demographic information, aggregated by school district, school, and teacher, is collected and maintained in the student information system.
20,1733 Section 1733. 115.28 (12) (ag) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.28 (12) (ag) (intro.) Beginning in the 2012-13 school year, each If the student information system is established under par. (a), each school district, charter school, and private school using the system under par. (a) shall include in the system the following information for each teacher teaching in the school district or school who completed a teacher preparatory program described in sub. (7) (a) and located in this state or a teacher education program described in sub. (7) (e) 2. and located in this state on or after January 1, 2012:
20,1734 Section 1734. 115.28 (12) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.28 (12) (b) Ensure If the student information system is established under par. (a), ensure that within 5 years of the establishment of the system under par. (a), every school district and charter school is using the system, and that every private school participating in a parental choice program under s. 118.60 or 119.23 is either using the system under par. (a) or is using a system that is interoperable with the system under par. (a). The state superintendent may promulgate rules authorizing the department to charge a fee to any person that uses the system. All fees shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.255 (1) (jm) (he).
20,1735 Section 1735. 115.28 (27) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (27) WISElearn. Develop and maintain an online resource, called WISElearn, to provide educational resources for parents, teachers, and pupils; offer online learning opportunities; provide regional technical support centers; provide professional development for teachers; and enable video conferencing.
20,1736 Section 1736. 115.28 (54) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (54) Collaborative content delivery and online instruction. Promote the delivery of digital content and collaborative instruction among schools within a school district and between 2 or more school districts, including through online courses. To accomplish the objectives of this subsection, the department may not promulgate a rule that requires a licensed teacher or instructional staff person, defined as required under s. 121.02 (1) (a) 2., to be physically present in a classroom in which the delivery of content or collaborative instruction is being provided in that classroom digitally or through an online course.
20,1737 Section 1737. 115.28 (59) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (59) Academic and career planning. (a) Ensure that, beginning in the 2017-18 school year, every school board is providing academic and career planning services to pupils enrolled in grades 6 to 12 in the school district.
(b) Procure, install, and maintain information technology, including computer software, to be used statewide by school districts to provide academic and career planning services to pupils in grades 6 to 12.
(c) Provide guidance, training, and technical assistance to school districts and school district staff, including teachers and counselors, on how to implement model academic and career plans, including training and technical assistance that is necessary to implement the information technology under par. (b).
(d) Promulgate rules to implement this subsection.
20,1738 Section 1738. 115.28 (60) of the statutes is created to read:
115.28 (60) Teach for America. Distribute the amounts appropriated under s. 20.255 (3) (cm) to Teach for America, Inc., to recruit and prepare individuals to teach in low-income or urban school districts in this state.
20,1739 Section 1739. 115.297 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.297 (1) (a) "Agencies" means the department, the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System, the department of children and families, the department of workforce development, the technical college system board, and the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
20,1740 Section 1740. 115.297 (3) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.297 (3) (a) Requires that the agencies establish and maintain a longitudinal data system of student data that links such data from preschool programs to postsecondary education programs, and describes the process by which the data system will be established and maintained, and ensures its interoperability with the work force data systems maintained by the department of workforce development. The data system may consist of separate record systems integrated through agreement and data transfer mechanisms.
20,1741 Section 1741. 115.297 (3) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.297 (3) (d) Requires the agencies to exchange student and work force data to the extent necessary to perform the evaluation or study approved under par. (c).
20,1742 Section 1742. 115.297 (4) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.297 (4) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), any of the agencies may submit student or work force data to the longitudinal data system under sub. (3) (a), to another agency, or to a public or private research organization, to support an evaluation or study under this section.
20,1743 Section 1743. 115.297 (6) of the statutes is created to read:
115.297 (6) Report. Annually by October 1, the agencies shall submit a joint report to the secretary of administration regarding their progress in establishing a longitudinal data system under sub. (3) (a).
20,1744 Section 1744. 115.363 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.363 (2) (b) The school board shall pay to each nonprofit corporation with which it contracts under par. (a) an amount that is no more than the amount paid per pupil under s. 118.40 (2r) (e) 1m. or 2m., 2n., or 2p. in the current school year multiplied by the number of pupils participating in the program under the contract.
20,1745 Section 1745. 115.38 (1) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.38 (1) (d) The number and percentage of resident pupils attending a course in a nonresident school district at an educational institution under s. 118.52, the number of nonresident pupils attending a course in the school district under s. 118.52, and the courses taken by those pupils.
20,1746 Section 1746. 115.385 of the statutes is created to read:
115.385 School and school district accountability report. (1) Annually by September 30, the department shall publish a school and school district accountability report that includes all of the following components:
(a) Multiple measures to determine a school's performance or a school district's improvement, including all of the following:
1. Pupil achievement and growth in reading and mathematics.
2. Measures of college and career readiness for high school pupils and measures indicative of being on track for college and career readiness in the elementary grades.
3. Gaps in pupil achievement and rates of graduation, categorized by race, English language proficiency, disability, and income level.
(b) An index system to identify a school's level of performance and annually place each school into one of 5 performance categories.
(2) Beginning one year after a charter school established under s. 118.40 (2r) or a private school participating in a parental choice program under s. 118.60 or 119.23 begins using the student information system under s. 115.28 (12) (b), or begins using a system that is interoperable with that system, the department shall include the school in its annual school accountability report under sub. (1).
20,1748 Section 1748. 115.415 (2) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
115.415 (2) (intro.) The department shall develop an educator effectiveness evaluation system according to the following framework, and may charge a fee to a school district and the governing body of a charter school established under s. 118.40 (2r) to use the system developed under this subsection:
20,1749 Section 1749. 115.415 (4) of the statutes is created to read:
115.415 (4) From the appropriation under s. 20.255 (2) (ek), the department may award grants to school districts and the governing body of a charter school established under s. 118.40 (2r) to implement an educator effectiveness evaluation system developed under sub. (2) or an equivalency process established by rule under sub. (3).
20,1750 Section 1750. 115.42 (1) (a) 5. of the statutes is created to read:
115.42 (1) (a) 5. The person has a rating of "effective" or "highly effective" in the applicable educator effectiveness system, as determined by the department.
20,1751e Section 1751e. 115.42 (2) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
115.42 (2) (d) In any of the 9 school years following the receipt of a grant under sub. (1), if the grant recipient fails to maintain a rating of "effective" or "highly effective" in the applicable educator effectiveness system, as determined by the department, he or she is not eligible for a grant under this subsection in that school year.
20,1751m Section 1751m. 115.437 of the statutes is created to read:
115.437 Per pupil aid. (1) In this section, "number of pupils enrolled" has the meaning given in s. 121.90 (1) (intro.) and includes 40 percent of the summer enrollment.
(2) Annually on the 4th Monday of March, the department shall pay to each school district an amount equal to the average of the number of pupils enrolled in the school district in the current and 2 preceding school years multiplied by $75 in the 2013-14 school year and by $150 in each school year thereafter. The department shall make the payments from the appropriation under s. 20.255 (2) (aq).
20,1755 Section 1755. 118.016 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
118.016 (1) Beginning in In the 2012-13 2013-14 school year, each school board and the governing body of each charter school established under s. 118.40 (2r) shall, using the appropriate, valid, and reliable assessment of literacy fundamentals selected by the department, annually assess each pupil enrolled in 4-year-old kindergarten to first grade in the school district or in the charter school for reading readiness. Beginning in the 2014–15 school year, each school board and the governing body of each charter school established under s. 118.40 (2r) shall, using the appropriate, valid, and reliable assessment of literacy fundamentals selected by the department, annually assess each pupil enrolled in 4-year-old kindergarten to second grade in the school district or in the charter school for reading readiness. The department shall ensure that the assessment evaluates whether a pupil possesses phonemic awareness and letter sound knowledge.
20,1756 Section 1756. 118.145 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
118.145 (4) The school board of a school district operating high school grades shall allow a pupil enrolled in a private school, or a pupil enrolled in a tribal school, or a pupil enrolled in a home-based educational program, who has met the standards for admission to high school under sub. (1), to take up to 2 courses during each school semester if the pupil resides in the school district in which the public school is located and if the school board determines that there is sufficient space in the classroom.
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