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California’s Assessment Program. NCLB Required Assessments. Types of Data – State Level. STAR Uses the California Standards Test (CST) Once a year Summative Based on standards for that grade or subject Accumulated knowledge for primarily short time, one point in time.

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california s assessment program

California’s Assessment Program

NCLB Required Assessments

types of data state level
Types of Data – State Level

STAR

  • Uses the California Standards Test (CST)
  • Once a year
  • Summative
  • Based on standards for that grade or subject
  • Accumulated knowledge for primarily short time, one point in time
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Types of Data – State Level

STAR

  • Given to students from grades 2 through 11
  • ELA, Math, Science, History
  • Administered after 85% of instructional days
  • Alternate assessments are available for 1st year Spanish speakers and Special Education students
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Types of Data – State Level

STAR

  • Scores
    • Performance Levels
      • Advanced
      • Proficient
      • Basic
      • Below Basic
      • Far Below Basic
    • Scale Score
      • Range between 150 and 600
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Types of Data – State Level

STAR

  • Uses
    • Program Management & Evaluation
      • Did it work
      • Past Tense
    • Student Placement
    • Teacher Evaluation of Practice
  • Clusters
    • Blueprints
    • Released Questions
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Types of Data – State Level

CAHSEE

  • Administered to high school students starting in the 10th grade.
  • Must pass both math and ELA to obtain a diploma
  • Can retake the test in 11th and 12th grade if they do not pass in 10th
  • Some exemptions currently for Special Education students but not for non-English speakers
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Types of Data – State Level

CAHSEE

  • Scores
    • Pass/Fail
  • Scale Scores
    • Range from 275 to 450
    • Need 350 to Pass for diploma
    • Need 380 to be considered proficient for Federal Government
      • Only 10th grade students are counted for proficiency
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Types of Data – State Level

CAHSEE

  • Based on set of criterion that is culmination of work over time
    • ELA – 9th and 10th grade standards
    • Math – 6th, 7th, & 8th grade standards
  • Taken until certain score is achieved or parting from school
  • Looking for accumulated knowledge for longer time, up to now
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Types of Data – State Level

CAHSEE

  • Uses
    • Remediation
    • Instructional Planning?
    • Prevention?
  • Clusters
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Types of Data – State Level

CELDT

  • All non-fluent English speakers take this test when entering a California school
    • The scores are used to identify students who should be placed in an English Learner program.
  • Measuring English language proficiency
  • Expectation is that students will improve on assessment and eventually be exited from and English Learner program
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Types of Data – State Level

CELDT

  • Once a year
  • Like CAHSEE in that set criteria based on culmination of work
  • Designed to measure progress or change
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Types of Data – State Level

CELDT

  • Scores
    • Proficiency Level
      • Advanced
      • Early Advanced
      • Intermediate
      • Early Intermediate
      • Beginning
    • Scale scores
      • Range varies based on the grade of the student
    • Subscales
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Types of Data – State Level

CELDT

  • Uses
    • Evaluate English Learner program performance
    • Identify areas of student focus
    • Track student progress in English proficiency
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API
  • What is it?
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API
  • Score comprised of an equation
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API
  • Score comprised of an equation
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API
  • Scores used to evaluate schools
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AYP
  • What is it?
    • Title 1
    • NCLB
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AYP

Under California’s criteria for NCLB, schools and LEAs are required to meet or exceed requirements within each of the following four areas in order to make AYP annually:

Requirement 1: Participation Rate

Requirement 2: Percent Proficient—Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)

Requirement 3: API as an Additional Indicator

Requirement 4: Graduation Rate

If a school or an LEA misses one or more requirement, it does not make AYP and may be identified for PI.