Rule 3301-13-04 | Establishing provisions for a waiver by the superintendent of public instruction.
(A) In accordance with sections 3314.08 and 3317.03 of the Revised Code, for each year that assessments are administered pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, a school district and/or community school superintendent, head administrator or designee shall, by the first reporting deadline in division (A) of section 3317.03 of the Revised Code of the following school year, submit to the superintendent of public instruction in the manner specified by the department of education any request for a waiver for any such school with a student in its average daily membership who, in that school year, did not take one or more of the assessments as required by rule 3301-13-02 of the Administrative Code.
(B) The superintendent of public instruction may grant a waiver for such an individual for good cause shown, such as a medical condition attested to have prevented the student from taking one or more assessments during any test administration period.
(C) The provisions of this rule shall not be interpreted to mean that any student for whom a waiver is granted is exempt from the assessment provisions of this chapter. Each district and community school is accountable for all such students in accordance with section 3302.03 of the Revised Code.