1.    If a child receiving home education takes the standardized achievement test used by the school district in which the child resides, the school district is responsible for the cost of the test and for the cost of administering the test. The school district shall ensure that the test is administered by an individual who is employed by the district     and who is licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved to teach by the education standards and practices board.

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2.     a.    If the child takes a nationally normed standardized achievement test not used by the school district in which the child resides, the child’s parent is responsible for the cost of the test.

b.    The cost of administering a test under this subsection is the responsibility of the child’s parent if the test is administered by an individual who is selected by the parent. An individual selected by the child’s parent to administer a test under this subsection must be licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved to teach by the education standards and practices board.

c.    The cost of administering a test under this subsection is the responsibility of the school district if, at the request of the child’s parent, the school district administers the test. The school district shall ensure that the test is administered by an individual who is employed by the district and who is licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved to teach by the education standards and practices board.