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Communication

There are several ways that the Assessment Team engages stakeholders and makes efforts to increase the availability and clarity of important communications. This page provides the following:

  1. a list of contacts whom you may need to consult with and the information needed to effect the communication (e.g., name, phone number, email address, title, etc.);
  2. the resources that you can contact to support successful use of our statewide assessments, including our Educational Service District Partners, who serve as a first point of contact for questions about our Oregon Statewide Assessment System, our test delivery vendor’s (American Institutes for Research’s) HelpDesk information, and a one-pager of Assessment and Accountability staff contacts;
  3. a list of ODE’s assessment-related events in which Oregon educators are invited to contribute;
  4. the archived versions of our Assessment & Accountability Updates, our weekly newsletter that includes succinct updates that provide assessment users with critical and timely information;
  5. our advisory groups and panels, along with lists of respective participants;
  6. a list of Frequently Asked Questions; and
  7. descriptions of the work of historical work groups whose contributions helped define our assessment system.

Advisory Groups

 Frequently Asked Questions:

Stakeholder Engagement

ODE engaged impacted stakeholders from January through May 2018 to help address which high school accountability assessment options it should pursue. Oregon’s High School Assessment Options: Report and Recommendations includes a description of the stakeholders engaged, the process used, and the results of the engagement process, as well as the results of studies and related recommendations from state and national measurement experts, was submitted by the Assessment Team to the Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction on June 5, 2018 for consideration related to a final decision on the topic.  If you have any questions or concerns about the report or the recommendations included therein please contact Dan Farley, Director of Assessment.

Work Groups

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