MADISON – Bill would force persistently low-performing public schools to be made into charters

Persistently low-performing public schools would be turned into charter schools and state funding would be cut off for problem private schools, under school accountability legislation introduced Wednesday.

The Assembly bill also would let school districts and private schools choose from four tests that measure student performance rather than use the tests selected by the state Department of Public Instruction.

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