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The materials indexed on this page reflect Oregon's response to the US Department of Education's request for documentation of our statewide assessment system used for assigning Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) designations. These materials constitute our submission for peer review under the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 (NCLB).
The items found here provide a complete picture of the assessment system as it is currently used in Oregon as well as a documented history of that system.
Below is the March 2009 letter from the US Department of Education approving Oregon's assessment system.
This is the cover letter outlining the content of the 5 binders sent to peer reviewers nationwide who were to review the documentation of Oregon's statewide assessment system.
Bookmark standard setting technical report for reading/literature and mathematics grades 3, 5, 8, and CIM and science grades 5, 8, and CIM submitted March 2007 by CTB/McGraw Hill.
This study compares same-student performance on the state's Technology Enhanced Student Assessment (TESA) and paper and pencil tests used as an alternative.
This document reports the results of a review of the Spanish language traslations for all tests.
This documents shows where edits occurred in preliminary tranlations of science tests.
This documents shows where edits occurred in preliminary tranlations of mathematics tests.
This is a report of the comparability study between math tests presented in both Spanish and English to those presented in English only.
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