Every Child a Graduate

Agenda 2017

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timeline of several reform efforts
Timeline of Reform Efforts. Larger version.

Assessments and Data Systems: How do we know if they learned it?

  • Change state assessment proficiency levels, to reflect the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), providing higher expectations for students that reflect career and college readiness;
  • Implement an online, adaptive next generation assessment system that gauges student progress throughout the year, and provides real-time data to teachers and parents;
  • Measure student college and career readiness throughout a student’s high school years using the ACT Aspire Early High School assessment, ACT Plus Writing, and ACT WorkKeys; and
  • Launch statewide student information and data systems that support districts, streamline operations, and expand research.

Related DPI pages:

Educator Licensing Online (ELO)

"Evers to request ACT suite..." (News
release, Sept. 12, 2012)

Smarter Balanced assessments

Statewide Student Information System (SSIS)

Wisconsin Information System for Education (WISE)