To ensure the integrity of standardized tests and their results, the principles of test security shall be strictly followed. Accordingly, material violations of this rule or breaches of test security shall constitute good and just cause to suspend or revoke a person's department licensure.

A. School personnel and proctors shall report suspected testing irregularities to the DTC within 24 hours.
B. Districts and charters shall report by telephone or e-mail suspected testing irregularities to the department within three business days of being notified of a suspected testing irregularity.
C. The DTC shall submit a testing irregularity report within ten business days to the department assessment bureau that contains:
(1) the allegation(s);
(2) the findings from a completed investigation at the local level; and
(3) thecorrective action taken, if any.
D. If a DTC is suspected of having engaged in a testing irregularity, the individual who discovers the irregularity shall notify the department assessment bureau by telephone or e-mail within three business days of learning of the suspected irregularity.
E. Districts and charters shall cooperate with the department if further investigation or action is needed.


N.M. Code R. § NMAC - N, 09-28-01; A; 11-13-09; A; 03-15-12, Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXIX, Issue 24, December 27, 2018, eff. 12/27/2018

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