Prescott schools get state report cards
PRESCOTT--The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) released report cards to every school district in the state on Oct. 22.
These report cards were highly anticipated by school administration, as they reflect a significant change in how schools are held accountable at the state level. Furthermore, the scoring benchmarks on standardized tests are now much higher than they have been in previous years.
The report cards also grade schools based on four priority areas: