N.M. Code R. § 6.10.7.15 - CORRECTIVE MEASURES FOR STANDARDIZED TESTING IRREGULARITIES

A. The department reserves the right to investigate suspected testing irregularities and confiscate any materials deemed necessary to conclude the investigation at their discretion.
B. Any combination of the following corrective measures may be taken by the department:
(1) direct the district or charter or a named individual to cease and desist engaging in a particular testing irregularity or the administration of further standardized tests during the current school year;
(2) revoke access to standardized test materials to ensure test security;
(3) recommend any further action it deems reasonable and necessary to maintain test security;
(4) invalidate the standardized test results and inform the district or charter that the affected student will not receive scores on portions or all of a standardized assessment;
(5) refer the matter for possible suspension or revocation of a person's educator or administrator licensure or other department licensure pursuant to procedures set forth in 6.68.3 NMAC;
(6) refer the matter to other department divisions for appropriate action;
(7) take any other action authorized by state or federal law or regulation; or
(8) modify school, district, and charter accountability determinations.

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N.M. Code R. § 6.10.7.15
Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXIX, Issue 24, December 27, 2018, eff. 12/27/2018

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