Chilton, WI 53014

WI DPI and the School Report Cards

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has issued a School Report Card for every public school in Wisconsin. School report cards provide an accountability score on a scale of zero to 100. Score ranges place schools in one of five rating categories, from significantly exceeds expectations to fails to meet expectations. In this pilot year, 85.8 percent of rated schools meet or exceed expectations. Priority area scores are weighted in a formula that also takes into account student engagement indicators. Those indicators are test participation, absenteeism, and dropout rates. The four priority areas are

  • student achievement in reading and mathematics on statewide assessments using college and career-ready proficiency levels;
  • student growth in reading and mathematics, measured by year-to-year improvements in achievement;
  • closing gaps for reading and mathematics achievement and graduation, based on the performance of specific student groups (English-language learners, low-income students, students with disabilities, and students from racial or ethnic groups and their peers); and
  • on-track and postsecondary readiness, which uses graduation or attendance rates, third-grade reading achievement, eighth-grade mathematics achievement, and ACT participation and performance as predictors of college and career readiness.

Course Documents

First published on 18 January 2010

All of the following documents are in the PDF format. 

Due to CCSS, curricula italized and starred* were used up to the 2011-12 school year.

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