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(a) All test questions on norm-referenced tests, standards-based tests, and the high school graduation qualifying examinations, which are provided for in 4 AAC 06.700 - 4 AAC 06.790, are confidential, and may be disclosed only as provided in this section.
(b) Test questions may be disclosed to
(1) a student on the date and at the time specified by the commissioner under 4 AAC 06.755(a) , to the extent necessary to administer the test;
(2) a test coordinator or test proctor in the course of fulfilling their duties under 4 AAC 06.755(c) ; and
(3) a department official as required for the performance of that official's duties.
(c) School personnel responsible for test administration shall
(1) inventory and track test materials;
(2) securely store tests before distribution to school test centers and after their return;
(3) control distribution of tests to and from school test centers;
(4) control the storage, distribution, administration, and collection of tests;
(5) ensure that no test or test question is copied in any manner, whether on paper or by electronic means.
(d) School personnel at a school test center shall
(1) code the tests according to test administration directions before testing;
(2) inventory and track test materials;
(3) securely store tests before and after their use;
(4) control distribution of tests within the school test center;
(5) ensure that no test or test question is copied in any manner by an examinee or anyone else;
(6) ensure that examinees use only those reference materials allowed by the test publisher's testing procedures;
(7) ensure that no student receives a copy of the test, or learns of a specific test question or item, before the test date and time set by the commissioner under 4 AAC 06.755(a) ;
(8) ensure that examinees do not exchange information during a test, except when the test procedure so specifies;
(9) ensure that an examinee's answer is not altered after testing is completed.
(e) A teacher holding a certificate issued under 4 AAC 12 who breaches security as described in this section is subject to investigation and adjudication by the Professional Teaching Practices Commission.
History: Eff. 3/3/2000, Register 153
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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