The Department of Public Instruction shall make available to local boards of education
a student's results on all statewide, standardized tests in a timely manner and in
an easy-to-read and understandable format a minimum of two weeks prior to the first
day of attendance of the next school year. Local boards of education shall make those results available to both the student's
teacher of record and parent or guardian prior to the first day of student attendance
of the school year. These reports shall include all of the following information:
(1) A clear explanation of the student's performance on the applicable statewide,
(2) Information identifying the student's areas of strength and areas in need of improvement.
(3) Intervention strategies and appropriate resources based on the student's areas
of strength and areas in need of improvement, when available.
(4) Longitudinal information on the student's progress in each subject area based
on previous statewide, standardized test data, when available.
(5) Information showing the student's score compared to other students in the local
school administrative unit, in the State, or, if available, in other states.
(6) Predictive information showing the linkage between the scores attained by the
student on the statewide, standardized tests and the scores he or she may potentially
attain on nationally recognized college entrance examinations, if available. This information shall be provided in a timely manner as it becomes available to
the Department of Public Instruction but may be provided later than the beginning
of the school year.
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