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This webpage is designed to assist District Test Coordinators (DTCs), School Test Coordinators (STCs), and Test Administrators (TAs) give valid and reliable state assessments in a timely and secure manner.
Cambium Assessment, Inc. (CAI) is Oregon's vender to host the OSAS Portal
Our state’s online system for assessments. Test Coordinators and Administrators use the OSAS portal to assign accessibility supports to students, set up and administer test sessions, and view student participation and performance reports. Parents and students can access practice tests via the portal to familiarize themselves with the test experience and question design.
This Interim Assessment Guide for Administration is intended for staff who play a role in the administration of, and review of results for, the ELA and Mathematics interim assessments.
The 2021-22 Oregon Accessibility Manual (OAM) provides districts and schools with current policies and requirements that will govern the provision of accessibility supports for students participating in Oregon’s Statewide Assessments.
The ELPA Screener Administration Manual contains all necessary information to administer the ELPA Screener.
Describes the requirements for Essential Skills assessment options, including requirements regarding development, administration, and scoring of assessments.
Annually required form to designate District Test Coordinators.
Under OAR 581-022-2100, school districts may delegate responsibility for test administration duties to another school district or education service district for students attending a specific school or program.
District Test Coordinators (DTCs) must use this form to report all potential test improprieties to the Oregon Department of Education. DTCs must submit their initial report within one day of learning of the potential test impropriety
Parent/Guardian Communication and Training Resources
The OSAS Online Test Administrator User Guide is designed to familiarize Test Administrators with the TA and Student Interfaces used to administer Mathematics and ELA, Science and Social Sciences, and ELPA.
The Test Information Distribution Engine (TIDE) manages users across all OSAS systems and allows districts to enter student settings and place orders for paper-based Kindergarten Assessment. The TIDE User Guide provides a step-by-step approach to using TIDE.
This presentation explains how 2019-2020 user accounts in TIDE roll over in TIDE for 2020-2021. It explains how DTCs will manage user permission for users in their district to administer tests by Test Group (ELPA Screener, Summative, and/or Interim tests) using a new feature in TIDE.
This document provides the training requirements for each respective Test Group.
The Reporting System User Guide provides instruction and support for users viewing ELA, Mathematics, Science, and ELPA assessment performance in reports in the Centralized Reporting System (CRS). CRS provides authorized users with detailed reports on student test participation and performance. Users can view state, district, institution, roster, and individual student reports.
The Assistive Technology Manual provides technical specification information and additional configuration instructions for assistive technology tools that can be used by students with special accessibility needs for online testing. It includes information for testing with Speech-to-Text tools, Predictive Text tools, Alternative Computer Input tools, Assistive Keyboard tools, Screen Magnifier tools, Voice Packs, and Braille technology.
SEED Survey Quick Guide (Updated 12/9/21)The SEED Survey Quick Guide summarizes procedures for administering the SEED Survey and assumes some familiarity with the Oregon Statewide Assessment System (OSAS) test delivery system.
Test administration and security training materials for District Test Coordinators, School Test Coordinators, and Test Administrators.
Materials include promising practices for test administration and test security requirements; accessibility supports resources, and assessment communications materials.
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