School District Self-Evaluation of the Status of Pupil Nondiscrimination and Equality of Educational Opportunities
PI 9.06, Wis. Admin. Code, requires that every school district evaluate and prepare a written report on the status of nondiscrimination and equality of educational opportunity in the school district - the School District Self-Evaluation of the Status of Pupil Nondiscrimination and Equality of Educational Opportunities - at least once every five years on a schedule determined by the state superintendent. The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) uses data from the evaluation reports to comply with reporting requirements under § 118.13(3)(a)(3), Wis. Stats.
Beginning in 2006, and every five years thereafter, DPI will require districts to conduct a self-evaluation regarding three data elements:
- "[m]ethods, practices, curriculum, and materials used in ... counseling...." (PI 9.06(1)(c), Wis. Admin. Code);
- "[t]rends and patterns in awarding scholarships and other forms of recognition and achievement provided or administered by the school district" (PI 9.06(1)(f), Wis. Admin. Code); and
- "[p]articipation trends and patterns and school district support of athletic, extracurricular and recreational activities" (PI 9.06(1)(e), Wis. Admin. Code).
The next self-evaluation will occur during the 2022-23 school year