Excellence at Drought
Wisconsin Information Network for Successful Schools (WINSS) is a resource for educators, parents, and community members interested in educating the hearts and minds of Wisconsin's children. WINSS provides information on what we want our children to know and be able to do; how students are preforming and how our schools are staffed and funded. WINSS also describes the seven characteristics of successful schools - and shared resources that are central to successful schools including leadership, planning tools, professional development and community partnerships.
Under the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) No Child Left Behind (NCLB), all Wisconsin public schools and districts must meet the state's four Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) objectives; Reading Performance; Mathematics Performance; and Graduation or Attendance.
Test Participation Rates
Reading Performance (grades 3-8 and 10)
Mathematics Performance (grades 3-8 and 10)
Other Indicator (Graduation or Attendance)