WBAY-TV.com reports that U.S. Department of Education officials have rejected as “inadequate” all responses Wisconsin gave when asked about how the state is handling six general requirements for meeting teacher-quality guidelines mandated by NCLB. The Department of Education has labeled Wisconsin, Hawaii, Utah, and Missouri as having “high risk” to not meet teacher-quality rules. These states have been ordered to redo their action plans by November 1st. These four states have been given specific advice on the steps they need to take to meet these goals as well as ensure fairness to poor and minority students…