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SPR - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the School Performance Report?

The Wisconsin School Performance Report (SPR) was created by law in 1991.
(Sec. 115.38., Wis. stats.). It serves as the state's annual public school report card and represents the Department's most comprehensive resource for data on school performance and student achievement. Read the entire "About" page.

When is SPR data released to the public?

SPR data is released as soon as all data has been received from the districts and the Department is satisfied that districts have made reasonable efforts to ensure their data is accurate and complete.

Where can SPR data be found on the Internet?

SPR data can be found on the DPI web site on the SDPR Site.  More information can be found on WISEdash.



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