N.M. Code R. § 6.10.7.13 - NONDISCLOSURE OF STANDARDIZED TEST MATERIALS

A. All standardized tests in the NMSAP are the proprietary interest of the department and shall be safeguarded.
B. Any person permitted to review a standardized test that is part of the NMSAP or participating in a review associated with assessment development procedures shall sign a nondisclosure form offered by the department agreeing not to reveal any confidential materials, specific standardized test items, or specific concepts or skills to be measured on the standardized test to include verbal or written restatements of standardized test items, minor changes in settings or numbers, and specific vocabulary from standardized test directions or standardized test items.
C. Any person given permission to review an NMSAP assessment may only review the assessment on-site during department office hours with the supervision of a department employee, unless permission to follow alternative review procedures is granted by the department. No NMSAP assessment may be written on, marked, electronically copied, hand-duplicated, or otherwise removed from the premises of the department or a local education agency in possession of an NMSAP assessment.
D. Upon request, a person suspected of engaging in a testing irregularity shall be given as much access to an NMSAP assessment as is reasonably necessary to prepare for a pending meeting or hearing relating to the suspected testing irregularity. The original or copy of any NMSAP assessment used as evidence at any meeting or hearing shall also be subject to confidentiality by all attendees and participants.
E. With the permission of testing vendors, the department may choose to release select portions of standardized assessments for the purposes of training and professional development. Under no circumstance shall any part of a standardized test not previously released by the department be released by any unauthorized individual or organization.

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N.M. Code R. § 6.10.7.13
6.10.7.13 NMAC - N, 09-28-01; A, 11-13-09, Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXIX, Issue 24, December 27, 2018, eff. 12/27/2018

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