DPI SCHOOL REPORT CARDS & NOTICE OF EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS
What are the School and District Report Cards?
As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every publicly funded school and district in Wisconsin. These Accountability Report Cards include data on multiple indicators for multiple years across four Priority Areas (Student Achievement, Growth, Closing Gaps, and On-track and Post-secondary Success). In addition, given the impact on student success, the Accountability Report Cards also measure chronic absenteeism and dropout rates. A school or district's Overall Accountability Score places the school/district into one of five Overall Accountability Ratings:
For more detailed information about the creation and scoring for the report cards, see the Accountability Resources page.
NOTICE OF EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS
Pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 115.28 (54m), notice must be provided regarding the educational options available to all students who are at least three years old, but not yet 18 years old. A list of those options for Wisconsin students can be found the DPI website at https://dpi.wi.gov/ed-options.