MSBA’s Top 10 — No. 4: Twelve new reports affecting education will be due to the Legislature in 2016

MSBA continues its Top 10 list of items we think will have the biggest impact on schools. Running Monday through Friday for the next couple of weeks — we’ll fill you in on our Top 10. And if anyone wants the entire analysis, just click on the MSBA Legislative Summary link below.

No. 4: Twelve new reports affecting education will be due to the Legislature in 2016

From a report on child screening vision exams to teacher service learning requirements are all demanded from state agencies, boards and universities, with data from school districts. Just a few reports include:

  • A report on student homelessness, broken down by demographic factors that relate to student performance.
  • A report on the performance of the Minnesota Assessment System contractor.
  • A report that researches 1:1 device programs and determines the best practices.

To see the list of all 12 reports, go to MSBA’s 2015  Legislative Summary. Take a look at page 24.

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