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Promotion Policy East Baton Rouge Parish School System . Accountability, Assessment & Evaluation April 2010. Credits for CKAP students. Bulletin 741. Section 2321. E.* Unsatisfactory in LEAP = NO Carnegie units CKAP AppBasic = opportunity to earn a unit *www.louisianaschools.net BESE

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Promotion PolicyEast Baton Rouge Parish School System

Accountability, Assessment & Evaluation

April 2010


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Credits for CKAP students

Bulletin 741. Section 2321. E.*

  • Unsatisfactory in LEAP = NO Carnegie units

  • CKAP AppBasic = opportunity to earn a unit

    *www.louisianaschools.net

    BESE

    Policies and Bulletins


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Credit Recovery

Bulletin 741. Section 2324. A-B.

  • Previously FAILED course

  • Earn a unit in credit recovery, a student must

    • successfully complete the course requirements for a computer-based credit recovery program APPROVED by the LDE

      OR

    • pass a LDE- approved comprehensive exam.


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Letters and Reports

  • www.louisianaschools.net , “Testing”

  • Click LEAPweb, save reports, print reports


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How do you tell students?

GEE/LEAP – May 18

iLEAP – May 28


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Exit Documents for GEE/LAA2

  • GEE/LAA2 waiver for ESS Students

  • (next date is April 30 for summer graduation)

  • 2009-2010 High School Diploma

    • -GEE or LAA2

    • -AppBas in English Language Arts AND Math

    • -AppBas in Science OR Social Studies

  • Fall 2010 Freshmen

    • End-Of-Course Testing

    • ????


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Accountability CommissionRecommendations for High Stakes Policy Grades 4 and 8

  • Major revisions to the policy are not necessary.

  • Take advantage of transitional program opportunities for students in grade 4.

  • Take advantage of flexibility for placement and program of study for students in grade 8.

  • Do not require more than one year of retention.

  • Incorporate Career Diploma provisions.


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High Stakes Testing PolicyGrade 4 and 8

  • Same promotion standard

    • Approaching Basic / Basic combination

    • English Language Arts / Mathematics

  • Summer Remediation

    • 50 hours per subject

    • LAA2 eligible


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Appeals, Waivers, Overrides

  • Spring test

  • Summer school

  • Summer retest

Three

“S”

rule


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Waivers with SBLC

  • Louisiana Alternate Assessments *

    • LAA1

    • LAA2

  • Limited English Proficient (LEP) *

    • One-time waiver

  • Fourth to Sixth*

    • Twelve by September 30

    • Meets LEAP promotion standard

  • Repeated 4th or 8th grade

    • Three “S” rule in 2010

      *3 “S” rule not required


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Grade 8 Promotionafter one year of retention & not passing LEAP

Must participate in a dropout prevention and mentoring program that includes:

  • An academic catch up component to address the all area(s) of student deficiency

  • An adult mentoring component with an emphasis on workforce awareness and readiness

  • A work awareness and work readiness skills component

  • A work-based learning component such as job shadowing/job exploration/paid internships


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Policy Override with SBLC

  • Mastery/Advanced and Unsatisfactory

  • 3 S rule

  • Portfolio

  • Parental consent

SBLC



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High Stakes Testing PolicyGrades 4 & 8

Extenuating Circumstances

  • Placement Test



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SBLC Important Dates!

May 28, 2010

August 27, 2010


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SBLC SummaryMay 2010

  • LAA1 May 28, 2010

  • LAA2 May 28, 2010

  • LEP May 28, 2010

  • 12-year-old 4to 6 May 28, 2010

  • Student who passes academically, meets attendance requirements, and receives Basic/Approaching Basic does not need SBLC. Summer school is not required.


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SBLC SummaryAugust 2010

  • *Repeat Grade 4 August 27, 2010

  • 12-year-old 4to 6 August 27, 2010

  • *Initial Grade 8 August 27, 2010

  • *Repeat Grade 8 August 27, 2010

    * “3 S” rule applies to on-level student needing an SBLC.


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LAA1 or LAA2Grade 4 or 8



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Middle School

  • Seventh grade tests for accelerated students

  • Pick up packets


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Next up?

  • Accountability Clean-ups

    Questions?

    Accountability@ebrschools.org

    226-7625

    Liz Frischhertz Ruth Bennett

    Mildred Falagan Cynthia Sampey