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A program Type 13 record is used as a temporary placeholder in First, Second, and Third Period Cumulative ADM for students who are enrolled in college programs for which the district does not have the quarter credit equivalent hours attempted as of the reporting date, or for other circumstances where the required instructional hours are unknown. Once these data have been obtained, the district is responsible for requesting that the collection be reopened and updating the record to accurately reflect the additional program information. As a note, a district does not need to know if a student passed a college course to report the information in Cumulative ADM, only how many credits the student attempted. Additional information about using Program Type 13 records can be found on page 68 of the ADM Manual.
To request that your Second Period Cumulative ADM 18-19 collection be reopened for correction, or if you have questions, please contact your Regional ESD Partner or Amanda Leopard at 503-947-5674.
English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA) scores from January 2019 will be posted in Student Centered Staging, Accountability Warehouse Extract (AWE), and Secure Assessment Reports 2.0 (SAR) on the ODE secure district website and also in Online Reports (ORS) on the OSAS Portal on Tuesday, March 12.
District Test Coordinators may download or review records in Student Centered Staging to edit accommodation or administration codes (see the Test Administration Manual, Appendix C). Please note that there is a one-day lag for changes to test records in Student Centered Staging (district edits or newly loaded records) to be available in the Warehouse applications (AWE and SAR).
If you have questions or need assistance with your assessment data, please contact your Regional ESD Partner.
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) will implement the following participation rules that will apply to the OSAS Science tests:
Students who meet the criteria for participation will receive a composite (total test) score in fall 2019.
NOTE: Students who met the standard on a high school OAKS Science test in a previous year and do not take the OSAS Science test in 2018-19 will not receive a score or performance level on 2019 reports.
If you have questions, please contact Noelle Gorbett, Science Assessment Specialist, at 503-947-5928.
This is a reminder that the Oregon Department of Education is starting the next phase of the Report Card Redesign: to create an online data dashboard that reports on K-12 education data in Oregon. We are inviting stakeholders to participate in an interactive webinar to provide feedback during the dashboard design process. There are three opportunities to participate: March 19, 21, and 22. Each webinar will cover the same material. Please register for a webinar to participate.
For more information, please refer to the “Oregon’s K-12 Data Dashboard Project” article posted in the February 14 A&A Update.
For any questions, please contact Amelia Vargas, Reporting Team Lead Analyst at 503-947-5878.
A training on the Staff FTE and the Staff Ethnicity Validations, as well as general guidance on using the Achievement Data Insight (ADI) application, will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 2 PM. To register for the training ahead of time, please click the link under “Staff Validation 2018-19 - March 21, 2019” on ODE’s 2018-2019 Video Training Page. For additional information on the training, please contact Ryan Clark at 503-947-5632.
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