Approved standardized tests for use by students receiving home-based instruction—Examples—Assistance.
(1)(a) Pursuant to RCW 28A.200.010
, the state board of education will provide a list of examples of standardized achievement tests that a parent may use to assess and determine whether their child is making reasonable academic progress.
(b) Tests on the list are approved by the state board of education on the basis that they are standardized achievement tests.
(c) Parents may use a standardized test that does not appear on the list of examples if it has been evaluated by a test evaluation organization recognized by the state board of education and cited on the state board web page.
(d) Parents may contact the state board of education office for assistance in determining if a test of their choosing that is not on the list of examples is standardized.
(2) The list of examples of standardized achievement tests shall be:
(a) Made available on the web page of the state board;
(b) Included in the following publication of the office of the superintendent of public instruction, "Washington's State Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction"; and
(c) Provided on request.
(3) The list of examples of standardized achievement tests on the state board web page may not be changed without prior approval of the state board of education.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28A.305
RCW, RCW 28A.150.220
, and 28A.195.040
. WSR 10-23-104, § 180-52-070, filed 11/16/10, effective 12/17/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.200.010
(3). WSR 02-14-125, § 180-52-070, filed 7/2/02, effective 8/2/02.]