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Back-to-School Fall 2012 Assessment Requirements
Agenda • Hot Topics For the Fall • Key Assessment Themes • Fall Training on Administration Code and Inclusion • Reporting 2012 (School Report Card and PearsonAccess) • CIITS • Fall Testing Activities • Special Population Testing • WIDA-ACCESS Placement Test (W-APT)™, ACCESS for ELLs® and Alternate ACCESS • Alternate K-PREP • EXPLORE/PLAN • College/Career Readiness • ACT Quality Core
Alignment of Standards 2012-13 Fall Testing
REQUIRED TESTING FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS • Alternate Assessment (1%) • ACCESS for English Language Learners • W-APT • ACCESS • Alternate ACCESS FOR ELLS OPTIONAL TESTING AVAILABLE BEGINNING IN FALL • COMPASS • KYOTE
Key Assessment Themes • DATA QUALITY—collaborative process between OAA and school/district staff to ensure accurate reporting of test results • TEST SECURITY—addition of new checks and processes to monitor appropriate administration of state-required tests
Data Quality • Review of student level information • Infinite Campus and Student Data Review and Reporting (SDRR) Application • Test Rosters • Data Review • Before public reporting—August/with release to schools and • After public reporting—10 days after public release
Data Review Fall 2012 • Schools and districts will have opportunity to review student data for accountability and demographics before public reporting. Alldates are tentative. • Planned release to schools and districts is late September-early October. OAA is adding a brief data review window with the release to schools. • Public release is planned for mid-October.
Test Security • Seating Charts will be required for all state-required test administrations. • Seating charts are expected with test administration in fall 2012. • DAC will collect and maintain in case of potential investigations. • Templates will be provided and may be modified at the local level.
Test Security • Ensuring training of appropriate school/district staff in testing regulations: • Administration Code • Inclusion Regulation
Administration Code and Inclusion Regulations Training Fall Testing 2012
Administration Code and Test Security • Appropriate training required for anyone administering EXPLORE/PLAN or EOC • Signatures on Administration Code • Documentation of training • Seating charts that reflect everyone in each testing room (adults and students)
Inclusion Regulation Update • 2009 Inclusion of Special Populations Regulation (EXPLORE/PLAN, EOC: Fall) • Updated regulation still in legislative process • Changes will come after fall testing window ends • New training will be offered after regulation is effective • Immediate impact is likely EOC and ACCESS for ELLs®
School Report Card Replaces Kentucky and Interim Performance Reports
Opening Page Welcome and Links to Additional Information
Test Results Published reports are pre-generated reports and data extracts. To view a published report : • Go to Test Results > View Published Reports to see a list of available reports. • Select “District” or “School” from the View By options set. • Click the organization name to see a list of reports for that organization. • Click the Report Name to view.
K-PREP Student Report-Grade 3 Schools will receive 2 print copies Performance Levels: N, A, P and D for each subject area
K-PREP Student Report-Grade 3 National Percentile Ranking Lexile® and Quantile® scores
K-Prep Student Listing Report-Grade 6 Alternate K-PREP students receive a total score
Alternate K-PREP Report Transition Attainment Record (TAR) Explore (8), Plan (10) and ACT (11)
CIITS Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System
CIITS firstname.lastname@example.org • Contains more than 11,000 assessment items aligned to standards. • Supports a classroom formative assessment process/create and administer classroom assessments aligned to standards. • KSIS Point-of-Contact sets roles. • Point-of-Contact is the District Instructional Supervisor.
CIITS Assessment Data From Vendor MAP DiscoveryEducation Thinklink (PAS) Additional vendors added as requested by districts KDE • K-PREP (3-8, 10, 11) • Alternate K-PREP • EPAS • QualityCore EOC • National ACT • CCR
Division of Support and Research • Rhonda Sims, Director • Joy Barr, Program Consultant • Cindy Greer, Program Consultant • Kathy Moore, Program Consultant • Kevin O’Hair, Program Consultant • Pam Powers, Systems Consultant IT • Chris Williams, Program Consultant • Teresa King, Support Staff • Maranda Perkins, Support Staff (502) 564-4394 email@example.com