|CA||Signed into law 08/2014||P-12||Inadequate or Improper AP Test Conditions|
From bill summary: Requires a test agency, where there has been a complaint or a notice of inadequate or improper test conditions relating to an administration of an Advanced Placement (AP) test, to immediately initiate an investigation. Requires the school in...
|FL||Signed into law 05/2014||P-12|
|Open Government Sunset Review Act/Active Investigations of Allegations of Testing Impropriety|
Saves an exemption from public records requirements for certain information held by the department of education during active investigations of allegations of testing impropriety from repeal under the Open Government Sunset Review Act. http://www.myfloridahous...
|AR||Adopted 07/2013||P-12||Rules Governing Alleged Testing Improprieties|
Admin. Code 005.15
Identifies a procedure for investigating and addressing complaints regarding alleged testing improprieties. Defines the 12 types of testing impropriety. Stipulates sanctions for individuals who violate testing integrity, including revocation of licensure or ...
|TX||Signed into law 06/2013||P-12||Investigation of Alleged Inaccurate Data Being Reported|
Permits (previously required) the commissioner of education to authorize special accreditation investigations under specified circumstances. Authorizes a special accreditation investigation to be conducted in response to a complaint to the agency regarding all...
|TX||Signed into law 06/2013||P-12||Tampering with School Reporting Data|
From fiscal note: Amends the Penal Code to enhance the offense of tampering with certain governmental records based on certain reporting for districts and charter schools from the misdemeanor level to a third- or second-degree felony, depending on the circumst...
|NV||Signed into law 06/2013||P-12||Cheating|
Revises the contents of the annual reports of accountability to include information concerning violations of the code of honor relating to cheating or any other code of honor applicable to pupils enrolled in high school.
|TN||Signed into law 05/2013||P-12||Assessment Security|
Directs the department of education to review assessment security measures at both the state and local level. Requires the department to consult with the providers of the standardized tests to determine if the
providers are aware of issues with security or ca...
|WA||Signed into law 04/2013||P-12||Authorizing Penalties Based on the Fraudulent Submission of Tests for Educators|
Amends existing law so that a reprimand may be issued as an alternative to suspension or revocation of a certificate or permit. Allows for any certificate or permit to be revoked or suspended by the authority authorized to grant the same upon complaint from th...
|LA||Adopted 09/2012||P-12||Retesting Due to Testing Irregularity|
Provides that where retests on an assessment required for accountability are available, LEAs may request that School Performance Score (SPS) calculations include retest results through a waiver request to the state board for accountability purposes. In such wa...
|GA||Signed into law 04/2012||P-12||Forfeiture of Bonuses or Salary Increases for Cheating School Staff|
Provides for the automatic decrease in the salary of a teacher or other certificated professional personnel for any salary increase or bonus provided based, in whole or in part, on the results of standardized test scores falsified or known or caused to be fals...
|FL||Signed into law 05/2009||P-12|
|Public Records Law Exemption for Information Obtained in a Department of Education Testing Impropriety Investigation|
Provides an exemption from public records requirements for personally identifiable information of any personnel of any school district or postsecondary educational institution, or any specific allegations of misconduct obtained or reported in connection with a...
|KY||Signed into law 03/2009||P-12||State Assessment System|
S.B. 1 Section 2(3), 6, 9 and 11
Repeals language referring to the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System (CATS). Directs the state board, using the revised content standards to be approved by December 15, 2010, to implement an annual statewide assessment system for implementation in the ...
|NV||Signed into law 06/2007||P-12||Advisory Council on Parental Involvement|
Establishes an Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and prescribes the membership and duties of the council. State accountability law requires that support teams must be established for each public school that is designated as demonstrating need for improv...
|AR||Signed into law 04/2007||P-12||Falsified assessment information|
S.B. 274 (Cheating)
Section 11 concerns sanctions to be imposed for violation of security or confidentiality on a state-mandated assessment by school district personnel.
Section 23 concerns the revocation of certification for teachers violating the security or confidentiality on ...
|SD||Signed into law 02/2007||P-12||Sanctions for Cheating|
Establishes process for following up on allegations of certified personnel and teachers for compromising the integrity of a state-required academic achievement test. Allows the suspension or revocation of the certificate of any certified staff person who knowi...
|CA||Signed into law 08/2006||P-12||Ethical Use of Information Technology|
Requires a school district's education technology plan to include a component to educate pupils and teachers on the appropriate and ethical use of information technology, in the classroom, Internet security, avoiding plagiarism, the concept, purpose, and signi...
|LA||Adopted 03/2006||P-12||Statewide Assessment Standards and Practices|
LAC 28:CXI.312, 316 and 1351
Permits seniors who wish to retest for diploma endorsements to test during the fall retest. Provides guidelines and rules about administrative error that may occur during statewide assessment. Provides guidelines and rules regarding cell phones and other elect...
|VA||Signed into law 03/2006||P-12||Alleged Violations|
Authorizes the Board of Education to initiate a review of any alleged violation of its regulations by a local school board or local school board employee responsible for the distribution or administration of tests. The bill also allows the Board to recover the...
|VA||Signed into law 02/2006||P-12||Review of Alleged Violations|
Authorizes the Board of Education to initiate a review of any alleged violation of its regulations by a local school board or local school board employee responsible for implementing the regulations of the Board, including the distribution or administration of...
|NV||Signed into law 06/2005||P-12||Monitoring system for the statewide system of accountability; honor code|
Establishes a monitoring system for the statewide system of accountability; revises various provisions governing the statewide system of accountability; requires the Department of Education to prescribe an educational involvement accord for use in all public s...
|MI||Signed into law 12/2002||P-12||Protocol for Notification of Suspected Irregularities in MEAP Testing or Preparation|
Requires the department of treasury or any other state agency which suspects irregularities in the administration of or the preparation of pupils for, a Michigan Education Assessment Program test, not to report the irregularities to any person or entity not in...
|LA||Signed into law 05/2001||P-12||Investigation of Improprieties in Administration of Standardized Tests|
Requires each city, parish and other local public school board to adopt a policy establishing uniform procedures for the investigation of employees accused of irregularities or improprieties in the administration of standardized tests....
|NH||Signed into law 05/2001||P-12|
|Falsifying Academic Credentials|
Creates the class A misdemeanor of false academic documentation....
|VA||Signed into law 03/2000||P-12||Revocation of License for Cheating|
Authorizes the Board of Education to suspend or revoke the teaching or administrative license of any person who knowingly and willfully commits specified acts regarding secure mandatory tests administered to students required by the Code of Virginia or by the ...
|VA||Signed into law 03/2000||P-12||Cheating|
Permits the Office of the Attorney General, on behalf of the Board of Education to bring a cause of action for injunctive relief or civil penalty, or both, against any person who knowingly and willfully commits specified acts regarding secure mandatory tests a...