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  1. 2011 STARPre-ID Workshop November 17, 2010 START TIME 9:00 a.m. Presenters: Mike McDaniel and Mark Hansen 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 1

  2. Objectives District STAR coordinators will know: • What data are necessary to Pre-ID • CST and CMA Writing administration(s) • CST, CMA, CAPA, STS multiple-choice administration(s) • EAP Essay administration • How and when to submit data • The benefits of • Supplemental Order/Late Label process • Extended Pre-ID Data Corrections process 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 2

  3. Agenda • 2011 Reminders • Pre-ID options and charges • How to Pre-ID for each administration • CST and CMA Writing • Multiple Choice • Early Assessment Program (EAP) Essay • Data review and data rules BREAK • Timeline • File format and upload process • Online data entry • Late/Supplemental Labels • Extended Pre-ID Data Corrections 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 3

  4. 2011 Pre-ID Reminders 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 4

  5. 2011 What’s New 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 5 • The California Writing Standards Test (CST for Writing) and the California Modified Writing Standards Test (CMA for Writing) for grade four have been reinstated. • Three new California Modified Assessment (CMA) multiple-choice tests will be available beginning in 2011 for CMA-eligible students: • Grade ten, CMA for English–Language Arts (ELA) (Grade 10) • Grade eleven, CMA for ELA (Grade 11) • Grade eight through eleven CMA for Geometry • New Field 221, “CMA Student will take CST end-of-course test”

  6. 2011 What’s New, continued 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 6 • District Data Summary • The “District Data Summary” report displays a breakdown of student counts within selected fields within a selected multiple-choice test administration • Missing Demographic Report • Will no longer be e-mailed to District STAR Coordinators • Will now be generated by Pre-ID load and will reside on the STAR Management System

  7. 2011 Reminders • Charge for CST/CMA, CAPA Pre-ID and address printed on CST/CMA, CAPA Student Reports • Charge for STS Pre-ID and address printed on STS Student Report • Access to data after Pre-ID cutoff date • Able to edit student demographic data • Unable to delete file or individual student records • Review all field changes 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 7

  8. 2011 Reminders, continued • Supplemental/Late labels • In grades 3 and 8–11, CMA has separate test booklet/answer documents from CSTs. • In grades 4–7 CMA, answer documents are combined with CST. • Each student Pre-ID’d for CMA in grades 8–11 will also receive a CST answer document. • Exception: If field 221 = “N” in grades 9 and 10, then no CST answer document created 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 8

  9. 2011 Reminders, continued • Combination CST and CMA test takers not identified for one of the two tests at Pre-ID cutoff will have to have the non-Pre-ID’d test hand-marked. • Grades 3 and 8–11 • Minimal demographics required • STS test takers not identified at Pre-ID cutoff will have to have the non-Pre-ID’d test hand-marked. • Full demographics required. 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 9

  10. Pre-ID Options and Charges 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 10

  11. Pre-ID Options • Documents • Advantage: Documents are pre-coded • Disadvantage: Data required approximately 8 weeks prior to testing • Labels • Advantage: Later submission of data (approximately 5 weeks prior to testing) • Disadvantage: Time spent to apply labels to answer documents 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 11

  12. Pre-ID Options • Late/Supplemental Labels • Advantage • Data submitted minimum of 7 calendar days prior to selected LAST day of testing • Reduces or eliminates hand-marking demographic data • Disadvantage • Additional shipment to the district • Additional charge $0.44 vs $0.38 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 12

  13. Pre-ID Charges • Documents and labels • CST/CMA Writing: No charge • EAP Essay: No charge • CST/ CMA Multiple choice • $0.38 per student • CAPA • $0.38 per student • STS • $0.38 per student • Supplemental/Late Labels • CST and CMA Writing, EAP Essay, CST/CMA, CAPA, and STS: $0.44 per student 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 13

  14. Pre-ID Charges • Optional • Parent/Guardian address: • Additional $0.22 per report • Address printed on CST, CMA, CAPA, and STS individual Student Reports • Example: Grade 4 student receiving CST, CMA, and STS reports • Purchase order (P.O.) requiredfor all Pre-ID • One P.O. to cover all Pre-ID charges 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 14

  15. Reminder2011 Pre-ID • No P.O. = No Pre-ID • Send P.O. for “STAR Pre-ID Services” to ETS: • Mail — 2731 Systron Drive Concord, CA 94518 Attn: STAR TAC • Fax — 800-541-8455 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 15

  16. How to Pre-ID for Each Administration 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 16

  17. CST and CMA Writing Application Administrations • Separate file(s) from multiple-choice Pre-ID file(s) • Include grades 4 and 7 students only • Students in grades 4 and 7 taking CST for ELA or CMA for ELA • Students in grades 4 and 7 assessed with CAPA should NOT be included • Multiple-choice test administration period (Pos 214-215) • Leave BLANK • Writing test date (Pos 216-217) • “01” if file contains students testing on March 1 • “02” if file contains students testing on May 3 • Requires minimal demographic data to be submitted 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 17

  18. CST and CMA Writing Application Administrations • Test Program ID • County/District Code • School Code • Grade Enrolled • Last Name • First Name • CMA for ELA (218) Minimal Data Required • Date of Birth (Month) • Date of Birth (Day) • Date of Birth (Year) • Gender • SSID • Writing Admin Number (01, 02) • Student ID locally assigned (optional) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 18

  19. Multiple-Choice Administrations • Separate file for each administration • Multiple-Choice Test Administration Period (Pos 214–215) • “01” – “08” • Writing Test Date (Pos 216–217) • Leave BLANK • Include students in all grades • Students in grades 4, 7, and 11 who may have already been Pre-ID’d for CST Writing, CMA Writing, and EAP Essay in a separate file MUST be included in the multiple-choice file in order to obtain Pre-ID for the MC administration 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 19

  20. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with CST only • Leave CAPA test (Pos 211) and CMA tests (Pos 218–220) BLANK • Grades 2 and 3 • Each record will create a Pre-ID test booklet or label • Grades 4–11 • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 20

  21. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with CMA only • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave CAPA test (Pos 211) BLANK • Leave Special Education Exit Date (Pos 239–246) BLANK • Grade 3 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA(Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • Leave CMA–Science (Pos 220) BLANK • Each record will create Pre-ID CMA test booklet or label • Grade 4 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA(Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math(Pos 219) • Leave CMA–Science (Pos 220) BLANK • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 5 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA (Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Science (Pos 220) • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 21

  22. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with CMA only • Grade 6 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA (Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 7 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA (Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 22

  23. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 23 • Students assessed with CMA only • Grade 9 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA (Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • “N” CMA student will take CST end-of-course (EOC) test (Pos 221) • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 10 • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–ELA (Pos 218) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Math (Pos 219) • “Y” if Student will be assessed with CMA–Science (Pos 220) • “N” CMA student will take CST EOC test (Pos 221) • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label

  24. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with a combination of CST and CMA • Grade 3 • Indicate in Pos 218 and 219 which content area will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Each record will create Pre-ID CST and CMA booklets or 2 labels • Grade 4 • Indicate in Pos 218 and 219 which content area will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 5 • Indicate in Pos 218, 219, and 220 which content area(s) will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 BLANK • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 24

  25. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with a combination of CST and CMA • Grade 6 • Indicate in Pos 218 and 219 which content area will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 7 • Indicate in Pos 218 and 219 which content area will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Each record will create a Pre-ID answer document or label • Grade 8 • Indicate in Pos 218, 219 and 220 which content area(s) will be assessed with CMA • Indicate in Pos 221 if the student will take a CST EOC Test • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 BLANK • Each record will create two Pre-ID answer documents or labels 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 25

  26. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with a combination of CST and CMA • Grade 9 • Indicate in Pos 218 and 219 which content area(s) will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Indicate in Pos 221 if the student will take a CST EOC Test • Each record will create two Pre-ID answer documents or labels • Grade 10 • Indicate in Pos 218, 219 and 220 which content area(s) will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 BLANK • Indicate in Pos 221 if the student will take a CST EOC Test • Each record will create two Pre-ID answer documents or labels • Grade 11 • Indicate in Pos 218, 219 which content area(s) will be assessed with CMA • Disability code (Pos 189–191) must NOT equal “000” • Leave Pos 211 and 220 BLANK • Indicate in Pos 221 if the student will take a CST EOC Test • Each record will create two Pre-ID answer documents or labels 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 26

  27. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with CAPA • Grades 2–11 • “Y” if student with significant cognitive disability will be assessed with the CAPA (Pos 211) • Disability code (Pos 189–191)must NOT equal “000” • Each record will create a Pre-ID CAPA answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 27

  28. Multiple-Choice Administrations(Continued) • Students assessed with STS in addition to CST and/or CMA • Grades 2 and 3 • “Y” if Student will also be assessed with the STS (Pos 29) • Not valid for students assessed with CAPA • Student must be Spanish-speaking English learner • Creates an additional Pre-ID STS test booklet or label Grades 4–11 • “Y” if Student will also be assessed with the STS (Pos 29) • Not valid for students assessed with CAPA • Student must be Spanish-speaking English learner • Creates an additional Pre-ID STS answer document or label 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 28

  29. EAP Writing Essay Administration • Separate file from multiple-choice Pre-ID file(s) • Include grade 11 students only • Students in grade 11 assessed with CAPA should NOT be included • Multiple-Choice Test Administration Period • Leave BLANK (Pos 214–215) • Writing Test Date (Pos 216–217) • “03” • Requires minimal demographic data to be submitted 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 29

  30. EAP Writing Essay Administration • Test Program ID • County/District Code • School Code • Grade Enrolled • Last Name • First Name Minimal Data Required • Date of Birth (Month) • Date of Birth (Day) • Date of Birth (Year) • Gender • SSID • Writing Admin Number (03) • Student ID locally assigned (optional) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 30

  31. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record from School to School 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 31

  32. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record from School to School • Pre-ID allows users to transfer students from one school to another within the same school district after Pre‑ID data has been extracted and before the supplemental order/late label cutoff date. • The process will create a late label for the transferred student 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 32

  33. Select the Search Student Profile link in the left navigation bar. Enter search criteria in at least one of the Primary Search fields. Enter search criteria in any of the Secondary Search fields to narrow the search. Select Search to perform the search. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record From School to School 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 33

  34. If the student’s data can be accessed, select the Transfer button at the bottom of the page. When student data has been extracted, a message appears under the school district name on the top of the page. Message includes a reminder that you may need to later make changes to demographics (e.g. school CBEDS date). . . . . and the Transfer button appears at the bottom of the page. Select OK on the “Are you sure you want to transfer this student” alert box. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record From School to School 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 34

  35. In the Student Profile form that appears, change the school in the School dropdown list and update. Enter data in fields, as appropriate. An e-mail notification will be sent to the district STAR coordinator for any state-required fields that are left blank. When entries are complete, select Submit to submit and exit out of the Transfer Student Profile form. Transfer a Student Pre-ID record from School to School 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 35

  36. Use the file upload process described starting on page 19 of the 2011 Pre-ID Manual. View the file error report by selecting the Pre-ID File Status link and then selecting the appropriate error link. Select the Duplicate link under “Duplicate Errors” in the error tree to display a list of all duplicate students eligible for Transfer. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record from School to School (Transfer in Bulk) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 36

  37. Select a student to transfer on the “Pre-ID Error Report” page. Select the Transfer button. Transfer/Get Next Errored Record to save changes and open the next student record or Transfer/Exit to save changes and return to the “Pre-ID File Error Report” or Refresh to delete any data that was just entered. Check the boxes of the students to transfer. Select the Bulk Transfer button. Select OK on the “Are you sure you want to bulk transfer students?” alert box. Transfer a Student Pre-ID Record from School to School (Transfer in Bulk) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 37

  38. 2011 Pre-ID Data Review and Data Rules 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 38

  39. Pre-ID Documentation • Pre-ID Layout • Download from CDE Web site • http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/pid.asp • Pre-ID Instructions Manual • Released with software November 22 • http://www.startest.org/sms.html 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 39

  40. 2011 Pre-ID Changes 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 40

  41. Pre-ID Data RemindersHandling Illegal Characters • Non-alphanumeric characters • Student name • Records are written to error table • Districts MUST clean up these records • If character is not removed record will NOT be used to Pre-ID • Delivery name • Records are written to error table • If character is not removed record WILL still be used to Pre-ID • Character will be removed when data extracted on Pre-ID cutoff date 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 41

  42. Pre-ID Data RemindersStudent’s Street Address • Valid characters extended to include six special characters • Number symbol # • Period . • Forward slash / • Hyphen – • Ampersand & • Apostrophe ' 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 42

  43. Demographic Fields to Be Hand-Marked on 2011 STAR Answer Documents or Entered During Extended Pre-ID Data Corrections • Submit form prior to uploading data to avoid records being reported as being “in error.” • Allow 24 hours after submitting form before loading data. • Data may be added online after the Pre-ID cutoff date using Extended Pre-ID Data Corrections, or hand-marked on answer documents 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 43

  44. Pre-IDData Review • Test Program ID (Pos 1) • Must be “1” • County/District Code (Pos 22–28) • Must be the 7-digit CD code of district uploading data • Student will also be assessed with STS (Pos 29) • Grades 2–11 only • Primary Language must be “01” (Spanish) AND English Proficiency must be “EL ” (English Learner) • Only include “Y” for students that the district will test with STS • Required to take STS if they: • Are receiving instruction in Spanish OR • Will have attended U.S. schools less than 12 cumulative months on the first day of testing (regardless of whether they receive instruction in English or Spanish) • At the option of the school district: • Any other Spanish-speaking English learners 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 44

  45. Pre-IDData Review • Delivery Name (Pos 61–80) • Used to sort Pre-ID docs/labels • Documents are shrink-wrapped by “Delivery name” • Usually a teacher or classroom name • Converts nonalpha characters to blank • Delivery Code(Pos 81–90) • Alternative or additional field to determine sort order of Pre-ID documents/labels • Documents NOT shrink-wrapped by “Delivery code” • Usually a classroom number • Field converted to blank if contents include alpha (A–Z, a–z) characters 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 45

  46. Pre-IDData Review • Grade (Pos 91–92) • Must be a valid grade for the school • Check school district Profile data • Enrollment grade of student • No out-of-level testing allowed • Student’s name (Last, First, Middle initial) (Pos 93–113) • If nonalpha character is not corrected record will NOT be used to Pre-ID • Student’s ID Number locally assigned—optional (Pos 114–123) 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 46

  47. Pre-IDData Review • SSID (Pos 133–142) • Statewide Student Identifier • Required for all students • Used to match grade 4 and 7 Writing with multiple-choice test • Used to match grade 3 and 8–11 CMA • Used to match grade 11 EAP Essay with multiple-choice test • Hispanic or Latino (Pos 143 ) • Mark each with a “Y” or “N” • Parent Education Level (Pos 167–168) • Highest education level of most educated parent/ guardian 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 47

  48. Pre-IDData Review • Program Participation (Pos 177–180) • Mark each with a “Y” or “N” • NSLP (Pos 185) • Mark each with a “Y” or “N” • English Learner date first enrolled in school in the United States (Pos 192–199) • Required only if English Proficiency is “EL ” (English Learner) • R-FEP Date Reclassified(Pos 200–207) • Required only if English Proficiency is “RFEP” (reclassified fluent English proficient) • R-FEP student scored Proficient or Advanced 3 years on ELA CST (Pos 208) • After reclassification • Do not need to be 3 consecutive years • Leave BLANK for grades 2–4 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 48

  49. Pre-IDData Review • English Learner enrolled in school in the United States less than 12 months at time of testing (Pos 209) • “Y” or leave blank • Required only if English Proficiency is “EL ” (English learner) • Student with significant cognitive disability will be assessed with CAPA (Pos 211) • “Y” will cause CAPA document to be Pre-ID’d • Pre-ID CAPA documents will be pre-marked as “Examiner” answer documents • Blank will cause a Pre-ID CST or CMA document or label to be printed 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 49

  50. Pre-IDData Review • CBEDS District (Pos 212) and School (Pos 213) • Continuous enrollment from October to first day of testing • Multiple-choice test administration (Pos 214–215) • Must contain leading zero • School must have an order for the administration • If MC admin is completed leave Writing administration BLANK • Writing test administration (Pos 216–217) • Must contain leading zero • School must have order for the administration • Use “03” for EAP Essay • If Writing administration is completed, leave multiple-choice administration BLANK 2011 STAR Pre-ID || Slide 50