View State, District, and School Assessment Data Online
WISEdash is a data portal that uses "dashboards," or visual collections of graphs and tables, to provide multi-year education data about Wisconsin schools. Here you can (or will be able to soon depending on the assessment) access state, district, and school data for the ACT, ACT Aspire, DLM and the Wisconsin Forward Exam.
Your Child's Exam Results
Individual Student Reports (ISRs) are a student’s exam results or score reports. Districts/Schools receive the ISRs from the testing company after scoring is complete (most assessments send out results in the summer following the spring test). Shortly after receipt, districts or schools send the ISRs home to parents/guardians. If you did not receive a copy of your child's ISR (or need a another copy) you will need to contact your district/school to obtain the report. Each assessment has an interpretive guide that explains in detail the scoring and reporting process. Some assessments also have a family friendly informational handout which may accompany the ISR. Districts are responsible for ensuring that parents/guardians are provided ISRs in a language they can understand and in a format that is accessible to them.
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The Aspire Assessment (grades 9 and 10)
The ACT with Writing Assessment (grade 11)
DLM Assessment (Wisconsin Alternate Assessment for grades 3-11 for students with significant cognitive disabilities)
Guide to Understanding Your Child's DLM Score Reports (available in Spanish and Hmong). Translation of resources and score reports into languages other than Spanish or Hmong must be provided by the school district.
Forward Exam Assessment (Grade 3-8 and 10)
Student Data Privacy for Parents
Step-by-Step Checklist to Understanding Student Data Privacy