College/Career Readiness . ACT COMPASS KYOTE ASVAB WORKKEYS KOSSA Industry Certificates. College/Career Readiness Rate. 2. Opportunities to Demonstrate College Readiness. COMPASS or KYOTE. ACT – Junior year (required) COMPASS or KYOTE – Senior year. What If…
COMPASS or KYOTE
ACT – Junior year (required)
COMPASS or KYOTE – Senior year
Student doing credit recovery jumps from grade 10 to grade 12 this year. How does this student demonstrate college readiness?
State Allowed Accommodations = Non Reportable College Score
Must meet CPE’s ACT Benchmarks
Use Student Name from IC
Based on Grade 12 students (graduates or completers with G-Codes in Infinite Campus)
Includes best score on English, Math and Reading from all ACT State and National Administrations in Kentucky and COMPASS or KYOTE scores
Data reviewed by schools and districts prior to fall report
Includes all SENIORS in the school
If the data is not up to date (check date on screen), please contact Jimmy and he will pull the most current data.
If you are not familiar with the dashboard please view the “CCR Dashboard User Guide” on the JCPS Testing Unit website.
This can be found on the Building Assessment Coordinator page under the COMPASS dropdown menu.
College Placement Assessment for Seniors
(Mathematics assessment includes Algebra and Pre-Algebra scores to aid course placement)
Seniors may take each eligible assessment twice.
June 15, 2014
No testing window restrictions
MUST COMPLETE ALL
COMPLETE UPDATE TRAINING ONLY
Previously trained staff must view the COMPASS® Update Training (approximately 30 minutes)
College Readiness Placement Exam for Seniors
Mathematics ACT (18 and below) College Readiness Exam
Mathematics ACT (19-21)
College Algebra Exam
Students to be placed in College Algebra as require by their college major
Students to be placed in entry level mathematics credit bearing courses
Take at the end of a trimester or a semester
Student may take only one time regardless of score.
It is strongly recommended that schools create a placement account for each student:
Every A1 AND Non-A1 school SHOULD be administering COMPASS and/or KYOTE to support students in becoming college-ready
Career Academic (WorkKeys & ASVAB)
Career Technical (KOSSA & Industry Certificates)
No. Student must be enrolled in third credit of the same career pathway.
Student who has completed two career and technical education credits in a preparatory program and is enrolled in the third credit course(s) in the same career pathway.
A student is enrolled in welding for 2 credits and takes nursing for another credit. Is this student considered a Preparatory Student?
Multiple-Choice = 70
Constructed-Response = 75
Certification based on industry standards
Introducing KDE’s new resource page for CCR informationdesigned to be the starting point for all your College/Career Readiness answers.
CTE Programs of Study - http://education.ky.gov/CTE/ctepa/Pages/default.aspx
Valid KOSSA and Industry Certifications for CCR http://education.ky.gov/CTE/kossa/Pages/ValidKOSSAList.aspx
Career Pathways FAQ - http://education.ky.gov/CTE/Documents/CareerPathwaysFrequentlyAskedQuestions2012.pdf
EPSB Credential Look-up: https://wd.kyepsb.net/EPSB.WebApps/KECI/
ACT WorkKeys Webcast (Overview of WorkKeys)
WorkKeys Preparation and Test Taking Strategies PowerPoint
ACT WorkKeys Website
Administration Code Training for ATC Principals, Local Districts & Administrators
Kentucky Occupational Skill Standards Assessment
Testing window: February 3-28, 2014
Administered at local high schools
Required for Senior Preparatory Students (or students can take a related industry certification)
Requires Administration Code and Inclusion of Special Populations training
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
The only accommodation allowed for students with special needs is “extended time”. A student may be allowed only 30 minutes extra.
No other accommodation is permitted.
Must be a CTE Preparatory Student
Career Technical Education
Curriculum & Instruction