Statewide Testing Refusal Form and Security Tip Line
Minnesota Statutes, section 120B.31, subdivision 4a, requires school districts to include a form for parents and guardians to complete if they refuse to have their student participate in state-required standardized assessments in their district student handbooks.
Minnesota Test Security Tip Line
Minnesota Assessments require the highest level of test security and accountability. Any action that jeopardizes the integrity of a secure test or gives an unfair advantage to a student or group of students is a breach of security. Spring Lake Park Schools takes test security very seriously and encourages any individual with direct knowledge of a test security breach to report it. If you observe or are aware of a breach of test security, please report it to:
- your school's principal or
- your school's assessment coordinator
If you prefer, you can also report it to a district assessment coordinator:
Anonymous Tip Line
If you choose to submit a test security report anonymously, follow the link below to Minnesota Department of Education's (MDE's) Test Security Tip Line. MDE will not respond to you in writing but will take appropriate action if sufficient information is provided. In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), please do not include any confidential or personal information about students when submitting this report.