A school accountability bill making its way through the Assembly is worrying Kenosha Unified School District officials.

The bill, which will get a hearing before the Assembly Education Committee Wednesday, includes the creation of a new state board that would oversee school accountability, and provides a mechanism for forcing the conversion of public schools with poor scores into private charter schools.

In Kenosha Unified, it appears at least six schools — Bradford High School, the Edward Bain School of Language and Art, and Brass, Frank, Grant and Wilson elementary schools — would fall into the failing school category and could be targeted for charter conversion, according to an analysis by the School Administrators Alliance.