120B.35 Student achievement levels.
(a) Each school year, a school district must determine if the student achievement levels at each school site meet state expectations. If student achievement levels at a school site do not meet state expectations for two out of three consecutive school years, beginning with the 2000-2001 school year, the district must work with the school site to adopt a plan to raise student achievement levels to state expectations. The legislature will determine state expectations after receiving a recommendation from the commissioner of children, families, and learning. The commissioner must submit recommendations to the legislature by January 15, 2000.
(b) The department must assist the district and the school site in developing a plan to improve student achievement. The plan must include parental involvement components.