Assessment and Accountability

The Wisconsin Office of Educational Accountability (OEA) and the Office of Student Assessment (OSA) are responsible for meeting the assessment and accountability requirements of state and federal law by setting high standards for student achievement, measuring academic progress, publicly reporting each school’s performance annually, and taking action when schools are not making adequate progress.



About Wisconsin Accountability

Assessment in Wisconsin

Academic Growth

ACT High School Assessments

Accountability Calendar

Assessment for ELLs

Accountability History

Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM)

Accountability Resources

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Alternate Accountability

PALS Literacy Screener

AMO-Annual Measurable Objectives

Badger Exam 3-8: A Smarter Balanced Assessment

Blue Ribbon Schools

​Wisconsin Alternate Assessment for Students with Disabilities (WAA-SwD)

ELL Accountability

Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examination (WKCE)

Report Cards Assessment Data
  Assessment Information for Families


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