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Early Assessment Program. Overview of Early Assessment Program (EAP). State Board of Education (SBE) California Department of Education (CDE) California State University (CSU). Goal of Early Assessment Program (EAP).

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Overview of early assessment program eap
Overview of Early Assessment Program (EAP)

  • State Board of Education (SBE)

  • California Department of Education (CDE)

  • California State University (CSU)


Goal of early assessment program eap
Goal of Early Assessment Program (EAP)

  • To have California high school graduates enter CSU and CCC fully prepared to begin college-level English and math and to reduce the remediation rates


Main components of early assessment program eap
Main Components of Early Assessment Program (EAP)

  • 11th grade testing in conjunction with STAR testing

  • Supplemental high school preparation in 12th grade

  • Teacher professional development

  • Outreach with students, parents, school personnel, and community

  • California Community College

  • Early Start Program (ESP)


FACT

  • Over 50% of first time freshmen entering CSU will need remediation English and/or math

  • Over 70% of first time freshmen entering CCC will need remediation in English and/or math


The benefits of eap
The Benefits of EAP

  • Provides an early signal

    It tells students, families, and high schools whether student is prepared for college-level English and math

  • Alerts students about needed actions

    Informs students about what they can do to achieve readiness in English and/or math before entering CSU

  • Encourages 12th grade interventions

    Motivates students to take needed steps in 12th grade

  • Enables exemptions

    It allows students to earn an exemption from CSU English Placement Test (EPT) and/or Entry Level Mathematics (ELM)


Eap test overview
EAP Test Overview

EAP is a free test administered with the Math and English California Standards Test (CST) in the junior year.


Eap and star score report
EAP and STAR Score Report

  • Results are now reported on the STAR Student Report

  • School districts distribute the STAR Student Report to high schools

  • High schools distribute letters to families/students in August/September

  • Online Student Results can also be obtained at www.college eap.org if student has release their EAP scores to the CSU system



Ready for csu college level mathematic courses conditional conditionally exempt
Ready for CSU college-level Mathematic courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

Take a fourth year of math with an Algebra II prerequisite

  • Any course accepted by the CSU Mathematics Facility Validation Committee

  • Trigonometry & Math Analysis

  • Pre-Calculus

  • Calculus

  • AP Calculus AB or BC

  • AP Statistics

  • AP Physics

  • Supervised e-learning Course

  • Community College Course

    Student must receive a grade of C or better, submit transcript to CSU to get exempt from ELM


Ready for csu and ccc college level english courses conditional conditionally exempt
Ready for CSU and CCC college-level English courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

Take any of the following in senior year:

  • Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC)

  • Advanced Placement (AP) English

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) English

  • English courses approved for extra honors credit by the University of California (so indicated on the UC Doorways “a-g” course list with a star)

    Student must receive a grade of C or better, submit transcript to CSU to get exempt from EPT


Other ways to meet the ept and elm requirements
Other Ways to Meet the EPT courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt) and ELM Requirements


Statewide eap results last five years
Statewide EAP Results—Last Five Years courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

English


Statewide eap results last five years1
Statewide EAP Results—Last Five Years courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

Math


Eap professional development for teachers
EAP Professional Development for Teachers courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • English

    Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC)

  • Math

    Strengthening Mathematics Instruction (SMI)


Eap communication
EAP Communication courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • Over 75 targeted high schools in San Bernardino and Riverside

  • Communication with administrators, counselors, teachers, students, and teachers

  • Provide Community Outreach


California community colleges
California Community Colleges courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • 2009, Senate Bill 946

  • Fall 2011 students will be able to use EAP results at the CCC’s for placement in English and/or math

  • CCC accepting EAP results

    www.ccco.edu/eap

    112 CCC

    As of January 28, 2012

    62 CCC accepting

    9 CCC considering


Early start program esp
Early Start Program (ESP) courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

Beginning in 2012 all students who do not pass EPT/ELM or exempt via EAP, SAT, ACT, or AP will participate in ESP in the summer after they graduate

  • Students will be notified via Smart Page

  • Schedule EPT/ELM Feb-April

  • Financial Aid is available for those that are qualified


Important websites
Important Websites courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • EAP Homepage

    www.calstate.edu/eap

  • The English Success Website

    www.csuenglishsuccess.org

  • The Math Success Website

    www.csumathsuccess.org

  • 11th Grade Portal

    www.csusuccess.org/juniors


Important websites continue
Important Websites Continue courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • EAP Test Results for 2006

    http://eap2006.ets.org/

  • EAP Test Results for 2007

    http://eap2007.ets.org/

  • EAP Test Results for 2008

    http://eap2008.ets.org/

  • EAP Test Results for 2009

    http://eap2009.ets.org/

  • EAP Test Results for 2010

    http://eap2010.ets.org/


Important websites continue1
Important Websites Continue courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

  • Focus on English Website

    • www.calstate.edu/sas/documents/focusonenglish.pdf

  • Focus on Mathematics Website

    • www.castate.edu/sas/documents/focusonmathematics.pdf

  • ERWC On-Line Community

    http://writing.csusuccess.org

  • ERWC On-Line Community Registration

    http://writing.csusuccess.org/community

  • CSU Proficiency

    http://www.asd.calstate.edu/proformancy/profiency.shtml

  • Educational Results Partnership

    http://edresults.org/


Contact information
Contact Information courses-Conditional (Conditionally Exempt)

Faye Wong

Early Assessment Program

(909) 537-5046

[email protected]

http://www-ugs.csusb.edu/eap


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